Suit and Tie

The top levels of education gained at the UCP, coupled with the constant attention the University pays to the evolution of the skills and competences required by the labor market, contribute to the high rates of employability attained by its students.

Students receive continuous and supportive follow-up from the career development offices of their respective Academic Units, with initiatives promoting interactions between students and companies, including job fairs, employability workshops, on campus company events, summer internships, among others.

In addition to the support of career offices, the Alumni and Mentoring Programs contribute towards learning about the professional world, thereby streamlining inclusion in the labor market.

The UCP counts many leading professionals across various private and public institutions, nationally and internationally, among its alumni. The University prides itself on the skills and life projects developed by its students, which ensure they have the highest professional prospects. In fact, the unemployment rate of Católica's undegraduate programs and integrated master's programs is 2.7%, a figure that is well below 3.6% and 4.1%, from the public and private higher education institutions, respectively. Source: Portal Infocursos, database june 2019, unemployed graduates in 2018 in relation to the total of graduates 2013/14 - 2016/17).

Various UCP degree programs return the highest employability rates.