Advanced Specialization Programs (PEA)

Advanced Specialization Programs (PEA) are aimed at professionals with business experience who want to major in a specific area of knowledge in order to contribute in the companies where they work, either by identifying problems, generating and assessing alternatives to solutions, and making the best decisions according to national and international clients’ expectations. It has a minimum of 240 hours (15 credits) and a maximum duration of 320 hours (20 credits).

Taxation

From August 19, 2016 to June 5, 2017 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 19:00 h to 22:00 h.

Aimed at

Professionals and executives engaged in the development of private companies’ and public institutions’ tax strategy. Likewise, certified public accountants, lawyers, economists and professionals associated with tax issues.

Goals

Apply updated knowledge on tax law and national tax system, comprehensively analyzing and interpreting economic and legal criteria for tax planning.

Tuition Fee

Individuals

General public: S/ 14,500
University of Lima’s graduates: S/ 12,325
Consortium of Universities’ former students: S/ 13,050
Frequent customer: S/ 12,325

Five percent (5%) discount for full payment: in cash or with credit card.

Installment payment plan:

  • Direct with the University in interest-free installments (prior evaluation process). Down payment: 25%. Remaining balance is paid up to in 10 installments. 
  • Diners Club. Up to in 12 interest-free installments.

Companies and institutions

Corporate fee (1 participant): S/ 14,500*
Corporate fee (2-4 participants): S/ 12,325
Special corporate fee 1 (5-9 participants): S/ 10,875
Special corporate fee 2 (10 or more participants): S/ 10,150

* For University of Lima’s graduates, the fee for former students prevails.

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

Aimed at

Professionals who work in the accounting and financial area of private and public companies, internal or external auditors, and tax lawyers.

Goals

Upon completion of the program, participants may:

  • Review and analyze globally implemented standards which govern the accounting treatment of events, facts or transactions covered by each of the IFRS and the International Accounting Standards (IAS), as well as the interpretations of the IFRS Interpretations Committee (Interpretations Committee, formerly IFRIC).
  • Identify the elements that compose the structure or organization of the IFRS.
  • Identify and solve frequent accounting problems.
  • Interprete the main amendments and improvements performed to the IFRS, the issue of new IFRS, and the interpretations of the Standard Interpretations Committee (SIC).
  • Determine and analyze the professional accounting goal, scope, definitions and treatments established by the basic IFRS and their interpretations regarding specified transactions.
  • Distinguish the accounting and tax treatments for certain events as a result of the implementation of the IFRS, IAS, Interpretations Committee and SIC, tax rules in force in Peru and their effects on determining the income tax expense.
  • Establish the legal liability assumed by the board of directors, management and certified public accountant depending on or regardless of the implementation of the IFRS and the interpretations of the Interpretations Committee and SIC at the time of preparing, submitting or auditing financial statements of companies or clients for external users.
  • Compare the accounting rules with the tax and corporate law of Peru, and the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles of the United States (US GAAP).

Tuition fee

General public (1 participant): S/ 14,000
University of Lima’ graduates: S/ 11,900
Corporate fee (2-4 participants): S/ 11,900
Special corporate fee 1 (5 or more participants): S/ 9,800

Interest-free installment payment plans for individuals.

Five percent (5%) discount for full payment in cash.

Strategic Management of Marketing and Commercial Management

From July 26, 2016 to May 16, 2017
Tuesday and Thursday, from 19:00 h to 22:00 h.
Saturday, from 9:00 h to 12:00 h.

Aimed at

Professionals who hold positions of responsibility in the areas of marketing, and commercial or sales management. Businesspersons interested in acquiring updated knowledge of commercial management to be applied in their businesses. Professionals of different specialties interested in developing a career in the marketing and commercialization area.

Goals

Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to achieve their professional goals and contribute to the growth of their organizations through the development of the following skills:

  • Analysis of market behavior and competition to define intelligent commercial policies and decisions.
  • Preparation of action plans in the marketing and sales area based on an extensive knowledge of the market, competition, distribution channels and consumer behavior.
  • Development of differentiation strategies that will enable clients and consumers to be informed on the advantages and values that may be provided by the company.
  • Use of tools for customer service and service quality improvement in their daily operation.
  • Achievement of high performance of their work team.

Tuition fee

Individuals

General public: S/ 14,200
University of Lima’s graduates: S/ 12,070
Frequent customer: S/ 12,070
Consortium of Universities’ former students: S/ 12,780

Five percent (5%) discount for full payment: in cash or with credit card.

Installment Payment Plans:

  • Direct with the University in interest-free installments (prior evaluation process). Down payment: 25%. Remaining balance is paid up to in 10 installments. 
  • Diners Club. Five percent (5%) discount for full payment. Up to in 12 interest-free installments.

Companies and institutions

Corporate fee (1 participant): S/ 14,200*
Corporate fee (2-4 participants): S/ 12,070

* For University of Lima’s graduates, the fee for former students prevails.

Public Procurement Management

The public sector is the world’s main purchaser. In Peru, we can observe that, up to date, more than 2,950 public entities contract and procure goods, services and works with a view to meeting their institutional goals. Nearly two million of companies are currently prepared to sell goods and services to the State. However, in procurements, solely around 200,000 individuals and legal entities participate during the biddings called by the state entities (about 10% of the potential supply).

This reality shows that public institutions currently need professionals trained in the handling of modern purchase management techniques and instruments, and who contribute to the efficient use of public resources. Moreover, private companies require professionals with expertise in the sale of goods and services to the State so as to efficiently enter the government market.

This program, carried out together with the State Contracting and Procurement Supervisory Body (OSCE), is aimed at officers and managers of public entities in charge of the contracting and procurement process seeking, through management improvement, to optimize the use of the assigned resources. It is also aimed at executives of private companies contracting with the State and who must successfully manage the biddings called by the public entities.

Selection process

  1. Résumé evaluation. 
  2. Personal interview.

Strategic Management of Corporate Communication

The program is an innovative proposal of training and knowledge updating for professionals in Communication, Business Administration, Marketing, Law, Economics or Human Resources, the working environment of which relates business management to institutional identity and image, advertising, public relations, crisis management and press office.

Aimed at

Executives of corporate communication areas and projects; identity, image and communication coordinators in organizations; leading professionals in image and internal communication projects; consultants and persons in charge of image and media management; and communicators who seek to exercise managerial functions in image and communication areas.

Main goal

Understand communication from a holistic view as an organizations’ strategic ally, by incorporating its digital and interactive channels into the environment, and as business management and strategy, with a view to optimizing internal communication, strengthening corporate image, and assuming social responsibility as strategic axes and management models leading to the development and positioning of companies, institutions and organizations.

What makes our program apart?

  • Academic support from the Faculty of Communication, founded in 1972, pioneer in the country and internationally accredited by the International Institute for Quality Assurance (IAC).
  • Our program has 260 hours (16 credits) of in-person classes.
  • Four lectures by outstanding professionals in the world of communications.
  • Academic staff with extensive experience in communications and of proven track record in the local and international market.
  • Innovative curriculum that includes every area of corporate communication and provides students a solid and comprehensive knowledge.
  • Methodological and holistic approach that considers the balance among theory and practice, concepts, products, cases, methodologies and techniques.
  • Emphasis on the development of management skills, talents and competences for the diagnosis, planning and management of creative strategies that generate highly competitive internal and external scenarios.
  • Advanced Major Diploma in Strategic Management of Corporate Communication awarded by the Faculty of Communication of the University of Lima.
  • Access to the information resources offered by our library (one of the most modern in Latin America) in its different forms: printed, electronic and audiovisual information.
  • World-class physical infrastructure, technology and educational resources.