About Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

The School of Engineering of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile enjoys top academic standing in Chile and Latin America. Our high quality education is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Likewise, our graduate programs are accredited by the National Commission for Graduate Program Accreditation (CONAP).

The School of Engineering has approximately 100 faculty members, most of whom have obtained their doctorates at the most renowned research universities worldwide. The College has 9 Departments and 5 Centers, and offers Master's degrees in 10 disciplines, as well as the Ph.D. degree in 4 disciplines, including Electrical Engineering. The College has also a division for applied research and technology transfer (DICTUC), the largest among its kind in the country. The undergraduate program offers admission to 480 students per year, who belong to the top 2% scores of the national higher education admission test taken by high school graduates every year.

The Department of Electrical Engineering is among the largest ones in the School. Its faculty is devoted to excellence research and education in the fields of automation, robotics, energy, signal processing, biomedical engineering, electronics and communications.