Painting Program By Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
  • Degree BA
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Study Mode Online
  • Course Intensity Full Time
Painting as a discipline has been innovating concepts and forms of expression in the modern times and in the theory of modern art. The interaction with the latest technologies and means of expression place it in a very important position in the visual arts, where color, line, perspective and plasticity are common foundations to visuality. Based on these principles, painters graduated from the School of Fine Arts of PUCP represent a vision of the world and its sociocultural context supported on an individual language which has had a comprehensive and interdisciplinary academic training acquired in the School. You will start your studies with academic subjects regarding general training, in which you will develop knowledge of different areas. During the first four semesters of the Program, you will study thoroughly the elements of the visual syntax and continue with the search for your own language and proposal. The last four academic subjects of perfectioning practice under tutorship and workshop of the final project will lead you to search, investigate, define and grow in your artistic career.

About University

The Pontifical Catholic University of Peru is the oldest private university in Peru, founded in 1917 by the priest Jorge Dintilhac. It reaches its centenary, occupying the first place in the national sphere and one of the first positions in Latin America.

This positioning is a recognition of the quality of its teaching, research, social responsibility, contribution to culture, and undeniable academic and institutional leadership, possible thanks to the permanent effort of our entire university community.

The PUCP offers 52 majors spread over our 16 faculties. In addition, have a Business School called Centrum PUCP where a large amount of valuable postgraduate programs are taught.

The PUCP offers to its entire community and foreign students the possibility of internationalizing their university and research experiences through its programs and agreements with educational institutions in different countries.

The PUCP's goal is to promote research activities to generate new knowledge, technological development and provide solutions to problems and questions of a scientific nature. For this reason, it promotes quality research at all levels of academic training, from general studies to postgraduate studies. It has more than 22 research centers and laboratories.

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