Universidad Adolfo Ibánez
Universidad Adolfo Ibanez

Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI)

Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI) is a private, nonprofit institution legally incorporated in 1988. Its primary mission is to provide an education based on personal responsibility and freedom, which enables its students to fully develop their intellectual and human potential. To achieve this, UAI has made a commitment to provide a professional education with high academic standards, to contribute to expanding the limits of knowledge through advanced research and to transfer this knowledge to benefit society.

UAI fulfills part of its mission through its undergraduate programs, which provide its students with a solid professional formation so they can further develop the capacity for critical reasoning and moral discernment provided by the liberal arts educational model. The university offers continuing education programs (master’s degrees for professionals, graduate certificates and courses) which are recognized as among the best in the country and in Latin America. UAI is also firmly committed to research. Over the last few years, the university has developed a solid team of academics who conduct research of international excellence.

Community engagement activities are primarily concentrated on special programs with neighboring communities, supporting innovators, entrepreneurs, active participation and contribution to debate on matters of public interest and the so-called third mission. In 2019, the university has a total of 7,661 students enrolled in 12 different undergraduate degree programs and 3,365 graduate students enrolled in 50 master’s and 7 doctoral degree programs. The university currently has three campuses in Chile (Peñalolén, Viña del Mar and Las Condes campuses) and an additional site in Lima, Peru, where it offers graduate programs for professionals.

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