Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú - PUCP rating is 4.5. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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I attended PUCP in 2016, I was in the General Law studies program.
The first thing you that captivates you is the beautiful campus, with lots of green spaces and recreational areas. Whenever you are not in class you can lay in the grass and relax. For lunch or snacks there is several cafeterias and cafes to fit into all nutritional styles. There is salad bars,a couple of restaurants and a food court with everything from Chinese fusion to a juice bar.
Another wonderful feature its study spaces and libraries. Their online library and physical l library have everything you might ever need for you studies and even subjects you are interested in outside of the classroom. The librarians are always helpful and kind to the students, which makes the capacity very welcoming.
The teachers I had the pleasure of having, had life career behind them and were very knowledge in what they were teaching. This is always important because we were aware of the latest environment and current nature of our field.
The university also counts with different facilities to help with your life outside your studies such as counselling for mental health.
The only downside of the university is the price, it is very expensive to study here. Almost twice as much as other universities in the area. The price of the material can also add up, specially the copies. Due to my career choice all classes requieres several copies per semester and if you are going to study law its a price you have to have in consideration when budgeting.
Overall, if you are able to pay the tuition I would highly recommend this establishment.View more
I think it fosters a lot of culture in the country, the arts and research. It is a very comprehensive university that supports education and diversity, it also promotes freedom of expression and studies of general culture before the facultiesView more