The Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP, by its Spanish acronym) defines itself as a plural and tolerant academic community, based on ethical, democratic and Catholic principles. Our essential foundations are based on academic rigor, a plurality of scientific and humanistic perspectives, Catholic values and ethical principles, a culture of discrepancy and tolerance, and a commitment with the development of Peru and its people.
Consequently, our model seeks to serve the country and the world through our students’ comprehensive training, the development of knowledge and our commitment with society.
Hence, PUCP offers a humanistic, scientific and moral education. This stress on imparting comprehensive and civic education to our students is part of our university’s tradition. Therefore, we look for our students to entirely grow their intellectual, critical, reflective, artistic, spiritual and physical capacities.
As a result, in 2014 the Instituto Internacional para el