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Universidad de Lima
Lima, Peru (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
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|Restrictions:||UTDALLAS applicants only|
|JSOM departmental study abroad approval must be obtained through the JSOM Study Abroad office to participate in this exchange program. Complete the online JSOM Approval Form to be considered.
This exchange program is currently only open to students in the Jindal School of Management (JSOM). If space is available, others may be considered.
|Universidad de Lima is an autonomous non profit institution aimed at providing higher education, promoting research, and serving the community in order to contribute to the country’s development. It was founded and officially recognized by the Peruvian government in 1962. Today, it has a student body of over 14000 students, three undergraduate schools with eight colleges, one Graduate School, one General Studies Program, and a Scientific Research Institute. It also counts with numerous services for students, teachers, and the community in general.
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|Lima is the capital city of Peru. It was founded as Ciudad de lose Reyes (City of the Kings) on January 18, 1535. Today, it is a modern city in constant growth, that also maintains the wealth of its Historical Center.
Summer starts in December and lasts through March. The average temperature is 25 °C and you may choose to enjoy the sea, by the Costa Verde, or the beaches to the north or south of the city. Winter lasts from June to August and the days are usually overcast, clouded, and humid. The average temperature ranges from 12 °C to 15 °C.
Peruvian nightlife is very diverse. If you wish to enjoy typical Peruvian music, you should go to peñas. In Lima, the most crowded discotheques or pubs are located in the districts of Miraflores, San Isidro and Barranco.
|For more information, visit the Life in Peru webpage.|
|Academics and Courses|
|Our Business School offers a series of courses in English, which are updated every academic semester. Please contact your university's international relations office for the list of courses, or write to - email@example.com to request more information.
Regular academic cycles begin in April and August of each year. In addition, some subjects are given in non-regular cycles of 8 intensive weeks beginning in mid-January of each year.
|For more information, visit the Academic Programs webpage.|
|The University of Lima does not have a student residence, but it has a reference database that is constantly updated and sent to the universities with which it has an agreement. The foreign student must contact the administrator directly and make a selection based on the location, price and services offered.
|For more information, visit the Accommodations webpage.|
|You must obtain a student visa, not a tourist visa, in order to participate in the student exchange program. This may be obtained at the Peruvian Embassy or Consulate in your home country.
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|Program Contact Information|
Universidad de Lima
NOTE: By selecting "Apply Now" you are notifying the EDUCATION ABROAD office about your interest in this Exchange Program. You will be notified by email regarding the status of the competitive exchange selection process.
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