The University of Lima is organized into a General Studies Program, five faculties and twelve undergraduate programs, laboratories, a Graduate School, a Continuing Education Bureau, a Scientific Research Institute (IDIC), an Audiovisual Creation Center (Crea), a Cultural Center, a Sports Center, an International Relations and Internationalization Office, and administrative offices. The University also has a Pre-University Center (Pre Lima), which is one of the admission modalities to our educational institution.

The mission of the General Studies Program is to provide students, during an academic year, with intellectual tools necessary to reaffirm or find their vocation, and to prepare them for success in the University. Then, students move on to the undergraduate programs in one of the five faculties: Faculty of Law, Faculty of Communication, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Business and Economics (which comprises the programs of Management, Marketing, International Business, Economics and Accounting), and Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (which comprises the programs of Industrial Engineering, Systems Engineering, Civil Engineering and Architecture).

Upon completion of undergraduate studies, students may acquire new skills in the professional courses and programs offered by the Continuing Education Bureau, which are also aimed at the general public. They may also pursue specialization studies at the Graduate School, which offers master’s programs in Business Administration (MBA), Business Law, Taxation and Fiscal Policy, Projects and Operations Management, and Strategic Content Management.

The University has a Scientific Research Institute, which is engaged in promoting the research conducted by our professors, and eleven bureaus that work in every aspect required for the running of the institution. The university organization also includes a Center for Entrepreneurship, engaged in promoting the creation of companies in the university community; the Publishing Fund, engaged in editing and publishing the works of our professors; and a Cultural Center, which is a creative space for discovering and enjoying modern and innovative multidisciplinary artistic experiences that receives, conceives and disseminates cultural projects to foster the reflection on our human condition.