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Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

Chile
  • Ranked 137 QS World University Rankings 2018
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About Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

The Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (UC or PUC) (Spanish:Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) is one of the six Catholic Universities existing in the Chilean university system and one of the two Pontifical Universities in the country, along with the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso. It is also one of Chile's oldest universities and one of the most recognized educational institutions in Latin America. It ranks 1st in South America by QS ranking.

Campus information

These four campuses have a total of 223,326.06 m2 constructed in a 614,569.92 m2 area. The Villarrica campus has 1,664 m2constructed in a 2,362.5 m2 area.

  • A plot of 32,336 m2 and 47705 m2 of building.
  •  It has 31 buildings, 4 faculties and 3,313 students.
  • A plot of 15,200 m2 and 11,886 m2 of building.
  • It has 11 buildings, 1 faculty and 1,527 students.
  • A plot of 58,495 m2 and 22,885 m2 of building.
  • It has 9 buildings, 3 faculties and 650 students.
  • A plot of 506,176 m2 and 124,133 m2 of building. 
  • It has 63 buildings, 10 faculties, the College Program, and has 13,823 students.

UC has four campuses in Santiago and one campus in Villarrica. The campuses in Santiago are:

  • Casa Central (in downtown Santiago)
  • San Joaquín (in Macul Commune of Greater Santiago)
  • Oriente (in Providencia Commune of Greater Santiago)
  • Lo Contador (also in Providencia Commune)

 

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No on-campus accommodation

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