For more than ten years, UP has taught about, researched and conducted consultancy on Corporate Social Responsibility issues and has achieved a well-earned place as a leader on the national and international stage.
We participate in important CSR initiatives around the globe, including:
University of the Pacific is the only Peruvian university selected by Harvard Business School to participate in the Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (Red SEKN). The network’s purpose is to advance the frontiers of knowledge and practice of social enterprise through collaborative research, shared learning, case-based teaching, and strengthening the institutional capacities of selected universities.
The Post Graduate School at University of the Pacific is the only Peruvian business school that participates in the Wharton Global Consulting Practicum (WGCP) promoted by the Wharton School. This international program includes social responsibility cases in the consultancies conducted by students and professors in the post-graduate program.
The AVINA project supports important research and training programs at UP.
Program for Leadership and Philanthropy in the Americas, promoted by the W.K. Foundation.
This program serves as the platform for the Peru Promesa initiative, whose products include the Social Responsibility Competition for University Students.
Social Responsibility Library
With twenty-five publications to its credit, this library, which is part of the UP Editorial Fund, is an important academic source of reference in the region. The majority of the books in this collection were the result of research by the University’s professors.
Center for Accountability and Sustainable Management (CASM)
Its purpose is to support efforts to study, provide training and disseminate information on business practices that promote the preservation of the country’s ecology and biodiversity in a socially responsible framework.
International Diploma for Corporate Social Responsibility
The Post-Graduate School offers this diploma in association with the Programa Vincular, of the Pontificia Universidad Católica of Valparaíso, Chile.