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University Law

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El Peruano (Ley Universitaria – Ley No. 30220)
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Spanish

This Law regulates the creation, operation, supervision and closure of universities. It promotes the continuous improvement of the educational quality of university institutions as fundamental entities of national development, research, and culture.

Likewise, it establishes the principles, purposes and functions that govern the institutional model of the university. The Ministry of Education is the governing body for the quality assurance policy of higher university education.

The Law regulates universities under any modality, whether public or private, national or foreign, operating in the national territory.

University Law - (download the PDF in the attachment section below).

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