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About PUCP

Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP) — private non-profit university. It is located in Lima, Peru. PUCP is a member of International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU), International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).

QS World University Rankings collects data on the best institutions in the world, according to which PUCP is on top-340. The university is highly rated by the independent university ranking THE. It is in the top-1200.

PUCP conducts research in many fields of study. For more information, visit the official site.

Lima, Peru
Establishment year
International students
Female students

Place in ratings

Rating QS
Rating THE
By subject
SubjectPlace in QS 2023
Social Sciences & Management114
Arts & Humanities116
Accounting & Finance201-250
Engineering & Technology501-530
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PUCP tuition fees

The academic calendar at PUCP is divided into two semesters. For convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. For foreign students, the minimal tuition fee at PUCP is 2,999 USD per year. Check the university website for up-to-date information on prices and scholarships.

Accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals and personal expenses are all things to consider before applying to university.

Academic calendar

Bachelor degree at PUCP

In order to enter a bachelor's program, applicants must successfully pass the entrance exams.

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PUCP campus

The campus of PUCP is located in Lima. This is a fairly large city that opens up many opportunities for students: from cafes, restaurants and other entertainment to internships at large companies. But an urban campus can also be a disadvantage, because big city life distracts some students from their studies. Students have access to the extensive scientific library of the university. The collection of scientific papers helps them in conducting research. PUCP regularly accepts students for international exchange programs, providing both local and international students with the opportunity to come into contact with different cultures and gain unique experience.

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What to do after graduation

If you want to stay in Peru after graduation, one of your options is to apply for a work visa. To do this, you need to get an offer from an employer. PUCP graduates find jobs quickly, partly because the university has a good reputation among employers according to the QS World University Rankings. You can find other options for immigration in our article.

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