Universidad Casa Grande is a small university that prioritizes personalized learning through small class sizes and strives to implement innovative teaching methods and generate reflective learning. UCG is composed of 1,400 undergraduate students and teams of managers, educators, professionals and researchers committed to academic excellence and constructive changes in different areas of knowledge. The educational proposal of UCG aims to meet the needs of society in the new paradigms of education for change, and to respond to national priorities and attend to the needs of the market and prepare socially responsible, efficient, ethical, creative and caring professionals. UCG graduates have a high rate of employability and their prestigious communication programs are nationally recognized.

  • Cuenca

    Cuenca, Ecuador

    Cuenca soars approximately 8,200 feet above sea level functioning as the economic center of the southern Sierra as the capital of the Azuay providence. Dating back to the 16th century, Cuenca’s historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is composed of stunning old-world cathedrals, massive rotundas and colonial parks that attract students, tourists and expatriates from around the world. 

    Not only is Cuenca jam packed full of culture, it also is known for its notable artists, writers, poets and well-known intellectuals. The wide variety of museums, parks, colonial plazas, churches, restaurants, nightlife and international food allows you to soak up the local culture and familiarize yourself with the impressive history. The locals define themselves as having a laid-back culture and agreeable weather. The city center also offers many craft traditions, ranging from metal work to ceramics with more in between.

  • Guayaquil

    Guayaquil, Ecuador

    Founded in the 1530s, Guayaquil is a vibrant sprawling city that continues growing in today’s society. The city’s high-rises, multiple hillsides engulfed by barrios and the Río Guayas’ malecón define Guayaquil’s identity. The bustling downtown metropolis of residents, workers and shoppers is balanced with urban renewal projects and revitalized squares and parks along the Rio Guayas. The picturesque barrio of Las Peñas, declared a National Cultural Heritage site in 1982, anchors the city both geographically and historically. The continued growth brings exciting theater, film and arts to the city as well as lively bars and nightlife frequented by the large university student population.

    Guayaquil is Ecuador’s largest city and beating commercial heart of the country, operating as the main port and access point for the Galapagos Islands. With a population of approximately two million inhabitants, the generally hot and humid climate has transformed in recent years and contains a rich mix of biodiversity as a result of the convergence of the salty Pacific waters and the fresh water from the Rio Guayas.

ISEP STUDENT ADVISOR Gretchen Cloutier 703-504-9974 | GCloutier@isep.org Thanks for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Advisor and main point of contact here at ISEP. As you search for programs, I'll be available to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to contact me at any point in your search process for help, tips or advice.

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Semester 1 (August - December)

Semester 2 (January - May)

Academic Year (January - December)

Academic Year (August - May)

Semester 1 (January - April)

Full Year (August - April)

Semester 2 (August - December)

Universidad Casa Grande

Guayaquil, Ecuador

International Office
(17)

Connect

https://www.facebook.com/universidaducg

https://twitter.com/ucasagrande

https://www.instagram.com/ucasagrande/

Terms

Semester 1 (August - December)

Semester 2 (January - May)

Academic Year (January - December)

Academic Year (August - May)

Semester 1 (January - April)

Full Year (August - April)

Semester 2 (August - December)

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ISEP STUDENT ADVISOR Gretchen Cloutier 703-504-9974 | GCloutier@isep.org Thanks for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Advisor and main point of contact here at ISEP. As you search for programs, I'll be available to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to contact me at any point in your search process for help, tips or advice.