International alliances

San Ignacio University has solid international alliances that offer its students interesting exchanges and dual degree opportunities in North America (U.S.A. and Canada), Central America, South America, Europe, Asia and Oceania (Australia and New Zealand).

With latest-generation infrastructure and an advanced methodology, the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola School of Culinary Arts offers programs with a wide range of opportunities for professional development and a curriculum with the most advanced knowledge and techniques in international cuisine.

Founded 15 years ago, Institut Paul Bocuse is recognized as the top French culinary program. San Ignacio University students have the opportunity to participate in a 16-week gastronomy program at this prestigious French institution.

We have an important cooperation and educational Exchange agreement with Escuela de Hostelería Hofmann. This agreement enables our students to benefit from internships in different programs offered in Barcelona (Spain). It also provides for faculty training and exchanges, in addition to different academic activities such as seminars and courses.

First internationally recognized French culinary school known for being innovative while maintaining the best of tradition, creating a perfect synthesis of the culinary past, present and future.

The school is located in the historic center of Florence, Italy. Under this agreement, students can spend one or more semesters in the areas of haute cuisine, pastry and baking, wine tasting, hospitality management and food advertising.

Founded in 1995, UAI is member of the Asociación Universitaria Iberoamericana de Postgrado and has accreditation from national and international non-governmental education organizations.

Located in Bordeaux, Paris, the INSEEC business school (Grande École de Commerce) trains students for careers in business, administriation and management.

We have cooperation between SIC and ISC Business School. This agreed, gives us the following activities:

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