Likewise, the spatial distribution of the buildings in circles enables students to access these from many different routes, emphasizing the value of freedom, one of the university’s pillars.
To make graduate students’ academic experience more compatible with their work life, graduate programs are located in strategic parts of the city, in financial and business districts with easy access.
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez has two campuses, one in Santiago and one in Viña del Mar, where it develops undergraduate activities. It also has another site in Santiago that offers graduate programs and continuing education.
The campuses were designed by José Cruz, national award winner for architecture. This architectural design and their geographical location seek to reinforce the university’s vision of education as a break from traditional knowledge in the search for new frontiers.
The choice of less central locations, which promote a contemplation of nature, invites students to take a break from the constant rhythm of the city and develop a deeper and more reflexive perspective.
Set at the base of the Andes mountains in the district of Peñalolen, the campus is considered one of the greenbelts of the district. It has a total of six buildings (A, B, C, D, E, and F) that offer undergraduate and graduate programs. It also has a covered gym and seven sports fields.
Av. Diagonal Las Torres 2640, Peñalolén, Santiago.
The Viña del Mar campus is located on the slopes of the Sporting Club. Known for its impressive view of the ocean, it has four buildings where students and professors develop activities.
Av. Padre Hurtado 750, Viña del Mar.
Located near the El Golf district, one of Santiago’s financial districts, the Presidente Errázuriz site offers graduate programs and continuing education programs.
Presidente Errázuriz 3485, Las Condes, Santiago.