2017-2018 Semester Programs: Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola – Lima, Peru

PROGRAM PRICE DATES
Fall 2017 click here for price click here for dates
Spring 2018 click here for price click here for dates

 

Language Eligibility: Open to all levels of Spanish. Classes are available in English, as well as Spanish.

For additional eligibility requirements such as minimum GPA, click here.

Total contact hours: 180-225 per semester. 15 contact hours = 1 semester credit. 10 contact hours = 1 quarter unit.

Possible U.S. Credits: 12-15 semester credits per semester.

Final transcript is issued by the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola. Classes are taken with other American and foreign students.

Lima, Peru: Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola – Semester Course Offerings

 

Students will take 4-5 courses per semester and can choose from classes (electives) from a variety of subject areas.  Some electives are taught in English and some are taught in Spanish.  Spanish Language classes are also available, but it’s not mandatory to take Spanish Language.  In order to take electives taught in Spanish, an advanced level of Spanish is recommended, as the classes taught in Spanish are fully integrated with Peruvian students and professors.  If you are at the Intermediate to High Intermediate level and are interested in taking electives in Spanish, please send ASA a copy of your transcript (showing all the college Spanish classes you’ve completed), as well as a list of the classes or subject areas you are interested in taking, and we will be happy to check with USIL to see if you have the Spanish experience needed for the classes you want to take.

 

All students MUST get DOUBLE the number of courses approved by their academic advisor than they actually plan to take, in case of changes in availability. That way, if a course is full or cancelled, or if some of the courses you want to take meet at the same time, you’ll have back-ups that you can still get credit for.

 

The Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola has a wide variety of courses available in the following USIL colleges: Business, Law, Education, Humanities, Engineering, Architecture, and Hotel Management, Tourism & Gastronomy.  Below, you will find a list of the classes available in English.  Further below that, you will find information about classes that are taught in Spanish.

 
Classes Taught in English
 
Please click on a course title below to see the Course Description.   COURSE AVAILABILITY IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
 
Spanish Language

 

Architecture

 

 

Business Management & International Business

 

Economics

 

Marketing

 

Engineering

 

Hospitality Management

 

Tourism Management

 

Hospitality, Tourism, and Gastronomy

 

Culinary Arts
Kitchen Management (FALL ONLY)

 

General Education
Introduction to British Literature

 

Classes Taught in Spanish
Students with an appropriate Spanish level may take classes taught in Spanish at the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola in any of their degree subject areas listed below.   In order to take classes taught in Spanish, an advanced level of Spanish is recommended, as the classes taught in Spanish are fully integrated with Peruvian students and professors.  However, if you are at the Intermediate to High Intermediate level and are interested in taking classes in Spanish, please send ASA a copy of your transcript (showing all the college Spanish classes you’ve completed), as well as a list of the classes or subject areas you are interested in taking, and we will be happy to check with USIL to see if you have the Spanish experience needed for the classes you want to take.

 

Below you will find links to the curriculum for the degree areas at USIL.  You will see that the classes required for each particular degree are listed by the semester they would be taken.  If you are interested in taking any of the classes listed under these degree programs, simply email us and we’ll be happy to request the Course Description for you!

 

College of Business

 

College of Hospitality Management, Tourism and Gastronomy

 

College of Engineering and Architecture

 

College of Humanities

 

Education
Early Childhood / Elementary Education (Please note – as Education is a new degree at USIL, in Fall 2014, only classes from Ciclos 1 and 2 will be available.  In Spring 2015, only classes from Ciclos 3 and 4 will be available.)