Diego Portales University

Diego Portales University (Spanish: Universidad Diego Portales, UDP) is one of the first private universities founded in Chile and is named after the Chilean statesman Diego Portales.

Since its foundation, the University has consistently been focused on academic improvement, which has led UDP to be positioned as one of the best universities in Chile.

UDP has campuses (virtual tour) in the Barrio Universitario de Santiago

UDP is nationally recognized for its academic programs in business, law, psychology, and journalism.

Read more about Diego Portales University:  History, Mission and Strategic Orientation, Academic Schools and Programs, International Relations and Agreements, Knowledge Production – Research, Quality Infrastructure, Indicators By January 2008, National Undergraduate Accreditation Committee (CNAP) Institutional Accreditation 2008-2013, UDP in Rankings, Infrastructure, Research

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