The University of Lima (Universidad de Lima) is a private university in Santiago de Surco. Established in 1962, our university has since then cemented a status as one of Peru and Latin America’s best universities. Operations started in April 1962, when we only have 120 students enrolled in a small campus. With our quick growth over the years, our campus in Monterrico was inaugurated to serve the needs of a big population of students and staff.
We currently host more than 16,000 national and international students enrolled in 12 undergraduate majors and 5 graduate studies. We also have an Integral Continuing Education Center (CIEC), which offers specialization programs and courses aimed at training entrepreneurs, professionals, and executives. The University of Lima aims to produce leaders who are committed and willing to contribute to the development and progress of the Peruvian society.