Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) or Pontifical Catholic University of Peru is a nonprofit private university in Lima established in 1917 by Father Jorge Dintilhac SS.CC. The main campus is in the district of San Miguel, with facilities (such as the Confucius Institute and CENTRUM) in two other districts - San Isidro and Santiago de Surco. PUCP is proud of our history that spans 100 years in 2017. This means a century of producing leaders and adapting to modern times while continuing to respect traditions.
We offer more than 40 specialties within 10 faculties and 1 school as well as postgraduate degrees that cover more than 10 professional areas. Students who wish to enroll in our courses and programs can choose to take these face-to-face or semi-face as well as on virtual classrooms. The latter allows them to learn at their own pace and from any geographical location. Academic programs in virtual mode encompass undergraduate, postgraduate, and Continuing Education.