The semester and summer curriculum in Cuzco offers courses, internships and community service. Courses are offered at Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL). Internships and community service are organized at various businesses, clinics, NGOs and humanitarian organizations. Students can enroll in a maximum of 15 credits per semester and 7 credits per summer session.
Courses listed on this page are offered each semester and summer. A course will open if 8 or more students enroll. Select a subject area and click on a course title to download syllabus.
Internships (for credit) and community service (not-for-credit) allow students to learn from practical experience not attainable in a classroom setting. Internships require a commitment of 120 to 200 hours (3 credits). Community service does not have a minimum hour requirement.
Examples of placements include, but not limitted to, St. John of God Clinic, Huillcapata School, Juvenile Home Maria Salome Ferro and Juvenile Home San Judas Chico. Placement is based on professional interests and availability. Positions are available in the following fields.
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Credit and transcripts issued by the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (accredited in Peru) and Lincoln University (accredited in USA)
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.