Main Campus - Fernando Belaunde Terry Campus


The first campus has three main buildings with space for approximately 4000 students. On this campus there are large classrooms with multimedia equipment, areas for interactive learning such as laboratories, a library, a student center (where many university offices and computers with Internet access can be found), a cafeteria, the deans’ offices, the president’s office, the School of Culinary Arts and the Don Ignacio Restaurant, the first teaching restaurant in Peru, which has an exclusive gourmet menu.

Campus II – Admiral Miguel Grau Campus


This campus has classrooms for our students, and it is also home to the Graduate School, Programs for Working Adults (CPEL), Junior Achievement Peru and USIL International, all of which were created for the purpose of providing education with high quality and disseminating an entrepreneurial culture among young people and adults.

The campus also has a library, a VIP room, a reading room, and green areas.


  • VIP Room
    This room has Internet modules and an area with tables for studying, so that students can meet to do group work. There are VIP Rooms on both campuses. 
  • USIL library
    The USIL library provides access to a number of information resources and services that contribute to the comprehensive education of competent professionals and entrepreneurs by facilitating the teaching/learning process and fostering research. Users can consult the catalogue online from the comfort of their homes and see the list of the library’s entire collection of books. In addition, they have on and off-campus access to EBSCO and JSTOR, which are academic databases containing complete articles from the world’s most prestigious journals. The library also provides access to electronic books in English (Ebrary) and Spanish (E-libro).
  • Chaplaincy
    The university is also concerned about its students' spiritual needs, for the purpose of building solid foundations of faith. For this reason, with our students' support, the Chaplaincy organizes activities such as Confirmation, food drives for our brothers and sisters in need, etc. 
  • Auditorium and Main Lecture Hall
    Both areas, located on Campuses I and II, are used for conferences, seminars, roundtables, symposiums, etc. led by well-known professionals in the world of business that are held periodically by the university as part of a first-rate academic education. 
  • Laboratories
    Our programs have modern laboratories available for our students to practice in their respective fields. The College of Humanities has audiovisual, photography and radio rooms outfitted with the latest equipment for its students’ use. We also have computer and language laboratories located on the 4th floor of Building A on Campus I. 
  • Radio Workshop - Frecuencia USIL
    “Frecuencia USIL” (USIL Frequency) is a radio show produced by USIL Communications majors that is broadcast online from Monday through Friday at 12:00 p.m. at For this purpose, we have a radio booth outfitted with the equipment required for live broadcasting from the university campus.
Campus III - USIL Pachacámac


In line with its institutional pillar of Research and Development, in the year 2015 Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola officially opened its new, 36 000 m2 campus in the district of Pachacámac, south of the city of Lima.

  • Agro-Industrial Plant
    Our 2100 m2 agro-industrial plant equipped with the latest in food industry technology gives our students majoring in Agro-industrial Engineering and Agribusiness, Food Industry Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Industrial and Commercial Engineering the experience of learning about and participating in the production and processing of foods such as jams, sauces, juices, concentrates, vinaigrettes and emulsions.
  • Civil Engineering Laboratories
    This two-story, 990+ m2 building houses these four modern laboratories for our students majoring in Civil Engineering to practice, conduct research and specialize: Topography Laboratory, Soil Laboratory, Materials and Concrete Technology Laboratory, and the Fluid Mechanics and Channel Hydraulics Laboratory.
  • Classroom Building
    In addition to the classrooms in the new agro-industrial plant and the Civil Engineering laboratories building, the new USIL Pachacámac campus will have a three-story, 1 392 m2 classroom building with a 1350-student capacity.
  • Athletic Campus
    The 36 000 m2 campus also has soccer and rugby pitches, as well as spacious green areas for sports and recreational activities.

Campus IV - USIL North Lima


In order to offer a modern education to young people and adults in north Lima, we conduct operations in one of the city’s most important commercial areas. With our innovative education program and ways to motivate our students to be entrepreneurial leaders in mind, we have provided modern infrastructure with adequate facilities.

Campus V - USIL Magdalena


Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola offers programs through Undergraduate Programs for Working Adults (CPEL), including Business Administration, Business Accounting and Industrial Engineering.

USIL Extension Center - Cusco


Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola welcomes international students to study at the USIL Extension Center-Cusco for a semester, a year, or one of two five-week summer sessions. In Cusco, international students will have the opportunity to take courses instructed in English on a number of topics. Students may choose to live at USIL’s residence hall, La Casa de Don Ignacio – Cusco, or at family homestay for a more culturally immersive experience.

The San Ignacio de Loyola University has as a decentralization strategy, with the aim of providing an education based on an innovative knowledge managed in our country. That is why, during the first months of 2010, we recovered and valued the pre-hispanic and colonial structures of a property located in the Historic Center of Cusco.

On April 15 of 2010, the Founder President of the Organization, Mr. Raúl Diez Canseco Terry, inaugurated the USIL Extension Center in Cusco. Since then, various academic programs have been offered, aimed at satisfying the needs of this city and the near regions.

The USIL Extension Center offers young entrepreneurs from all over the world the opportunity to study important courses, as well as to learn about the traditions and the historical legacy of the imperial city.


Why study in Cusco?

  • Cusco is the former capital of the Inca Empire, a UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site, and the tourist capital of South America
  • Portal to Machu Picchu, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World
  • Exciting nightlife with cafes and restaurants to suit everyone´s tastes
  • Awe-inspiring archaeological sites like the Sacsayhuaman Fortress
  • Rich culture and legacy of ancient Peruvians, still alive today


Semester and summer in Cusco


  • Beginning Spanish.
  • Pre-Intermediate Spanish.
  • Intermediate Spanish
  • Advanced Spanish.
  • Quechua (the language of the Incas).
  • Inca architecture.
  • History of the Inca civilization.
  • Contemporary Society and Culture of Peru.
  • Communications Psychology.
  • Business in Peru and Latin America.
  • Biodiversity of Peru.
  • Photography.
  • Andean Nutrition.
  • Latin American Literature (for advanced Spanish students).
  • Introduction to Communication.
  • Written Communication.
  • Intercultural Communication.
  • International Trade: Imports and Exports.


Customized Study Abroad and Faculty-led Programs
Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola customizes study abroad and faculty-led programs for universities, colleges, and organizations all around the world. These custom designed programs can include workshops, excursions, visits to museums or companies, guest speakers, service-learning placements, cooking classes, and more. Institutions can choose their own terms and content for the programs. A program may last from two to five weeks or longer and can be held in Lima, at the main Campus, and/or in Cusco, at the USIL Extension Center.



  • Beginning Spanish
  • Pre-Intermediate Spanish
  • Intermediate Spanish
  • Advanced Spanish
  • Quechua Language
  • Business in Peru and Latin America
  • International Trade: Imports and Exports
  • Biodiversity of Peru
  • Inca Architecture
  • Photography
  • Cultural Heritage Conseration
  • Art & Design
  • Contemporary Society and Culture of Peru
  • History of the Inca Civilization
  • Latin American Literature (for Advanced Spanish students)
  • Institutions in peruvian Society
  • Introduction to cvolunteering, service learning an Social Responsability in Cusco
  • History of Latin American Cinema
  • Introduction to Communication
  • Communication for development
  • Comunication Psicology
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Economics and Sociology of Tourism
  • Cultural Tourism in Cusco and Perú
  • Sustainable Tourism
  • Participatory and Immersion tourism in Peru
  • Healing and Shamanism in the Andean and Amazonian Culture
  • Andean Nutrition
  • Gastronomic Tourism in Cusco and Peru
  • History of Peruvian Cuisine