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PERU Lima & Cuzco
Lima is a wonderful place to live and study. USIL professors are excellent and the campus offers many opportunities to learn Spanish and engage with the local community. The KEI Program Manager and Onsite Director are amazing. The orientation was very thorough and helpful. The KEI Director is a kind person who knows the city and available when needed. Thank you.

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University of Colorado - Denver
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Academics (Lima): semester & year

The semester and academic year curriculum in Lima offers courses and internships (professional, community service, etc.). Courses are offered at Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL). Internships are organized at various companies, NGOs and humanitarian organizations. Students can enroll in a maximum of 15 credits per semester. Most courses are 3 credits.

This page lists courses taught in English. Click on a course title to view the description. Courses taught in Spanish are available and open to students with advanced language proficiency. Contact KEI for a list of courses taught in Spanish.

Spanish Language & Peruvian/Andean Studies

Business & Economics

Tourism & Hospitality

General Electives (English, Arts, Psychology, Sociology, Science, Engineering)

Community service

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Credit & transcripts Credit and transcripts issued by the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (accredited in Peru) and Lincoln University (accredited in USA)

University Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL), founded in 1993, is an autonomous not for profit institution of higher learning. The university offers a comprehensive curriculum that is taught in Spanish and English. The academic community consists of 5,000 students and faculty, spread across three campuses in Lima and a satellite campus in Cuzco.