Our aim is to become a complex university, which means being present in all areas of knowledge, offering undergradute, postgraduate, and continuous education programs, and focusing on research, thus contributing to society. This also includes building networks that link researchers with the private sector.
Our success stories guarantee that we are doing well. Since 2010, we have obtained over $27,900 million in grants and from private funds, positioning the University as the first non-traditional study house with the highest number of awarded grants.
Our success cases are:
CELLS FOR CELLS
Manual for the Standardization of Clinical Studies in Chile: From conception to publication. Download here.