Students from the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh participated in UP program
January 04 , 2017

The students' visit took place in the framework of the "Business and Economics in Peru" program.

On January 2, the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh students arrived at UP to take part in the "Business and Economics in Peru" program.

During two weeks of intense activity, the students attended a series of seminars conducted in English by outstanding professors of our institution.

The program that is more than 10 years old is part of the Tailor-made programs that we develop for partner universities. The program also includes visits to local companies and cultural activities such as dancing and Peruvian cuisine. Students visited several public and private companies to have a better understanding of the social and economic reality of Peru. Among the places visited are: the Central Reserve Bank of Peru, the Lima Stock Exchange, Banco de Crédito, San Juan de Lurigancho, among others. In this way, participants have access to an unforgettable cultural and academic experience.

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