Cesar Vallejo University

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Cesar Vallejo University
Universidad César Vallejo
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MottoSomos la universidad de los que quieren salir adelante.
Motto in English
We are the university of those who want to get ahead.
TypePrivate
EstablishedNovember 12, 1991
FounderPedro Pérez Miranda "Peter Ferrari"
PresidentBeatriz Merino Lucero
RectorDr. Humberto Llempén Coronel
Academic staff
4,541 (2018)
Administrative staff
8,173 (2018)
Students105,229 (2018)
Undergraduates85,084
Postgraduates10,202
2,273
Other students
9,943 (Formation for Adults, PCAM y Second Specialty)
Address
Av. Larco 1770, Víctor Larco Herrera
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8°7′46″S 79°2′37″W / 8.12944°S 79.04361°W / -8.12944; -79.04361Coordinates: 8°7′46″S 79°2′37″W / 8.12944°S 79.04361°W / -8.12944; -79.04361
CampusVíctor Larco Herrera
Chiclayo
Piura
Lima
Tarapoto
Chimbote
Colors
  Midnight Blue
  Red
  White
AffiliationsURSULA Consortium USS-UCV-UA[1]
Websitewww.ucv.edu.pe
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The Cesar Vallejo University (Spanish: Universidad César Vallejo, UCV) is a private Peruvian university located in Victor Larco district in Trujillo city, on the coast of La Libertad Region.

The university was named after the Peruvian poet Cesar Vallejo. it was founded on November 12, 1991 by Cesar Acuña Peralta. Its headquarters are located in Victor Larco district in Trujillo city and has subsidiaries in Chiclayo, Piura, Chimbote, Tarapoto and Lima.[2]

Faculties[edit]

View of the university in Trujillo

Faculty of Engineering[edit]

Faculty of Human Medicine[edit]

Faculty of Communication Studies[edit]

Faculty of Health Science[edit]

Faculty of Education and Humanities[edit]

Faculty of Economic Sciences[edit]

Faculty of Law and Politic Sciences[edit]

Faculty of Architecture[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "¿Quiénes conforman URSULA". unionursula.org (in Spanish). Unión de Responsabilidad Social Universitaria de Latinoamérica. Retrieved May 10, 2019.
  2. ^ "Estatuto Universidad Cesar vallejo" (PDF) (in Spanish). Retrieved June 1, 2012.