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USIL & Green Program Peru:
Learn Now Travel Later | 9 days

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The Direction of International Relations at USIL has developed the blended format of the Green Program Peru – Learn Now Travel Later program, which combines virtual and face-to-face academic components on Water Resources Management and Sustainable Practices.

Students enrolled in the program will are able to take their classes online from and to take a field experience of the main sustainability and renewable energy initiatives in the world in the city of Cusco.

Activities included:

  • 5 lectures from industry leaders and faculty from Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL)
  • 2 transferable academic credits with an Official Transcript
  • Exclusive industry access to Machu Picchu’s hydroelectric power plant facilities which provides 100% of electricity to Cusco, and the city’s newest water treatment facility
  • Comprehensive understanding of Peru’s water resource management and sustainable initiatives on a local and governmental level
  • Academic Fieldtrips to Plan Meriss and Machu Picchu Hydro Site Visit
  • Unique cultural immersion experiences
Hydro site visit in Machu Picchu

Hydro site visit in Machu Picchu

Visit Huatanay River

Visit Huatanay River

Waste Water Treatment Site Visit

Waste Water Treatment Site Visit

Service learning at Occopata Community

Service learning at Occopata Community

USIL & Green Program Peru

USIL & Green Program Peru

USIL & Green Program Peru

USIL & Green Program Peru

  • Introduction
  • Culture & Contemporary Society
  • Peruvian Geography and Diversity
  • Water Resources (Inca Times Vs Modern Times)
  • Climate Change in Peru
  • Sustainable Development
  • Project Proposal
  • Provide a basic introduction to water resource management and sustainable development concepts.
  • Research on urban and rural water issues from the environmental management perspective.
  • Provide experience in the challenges of sustainable use of renewable energy.
  • Review the ecosystem approaches and corporate approaches to understand management of water in the urban setting.
  • Increase students’ ability to formulate proposals, such as presentation-debate classes and case studies.

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