On March 26, 1999, the university is successfully finalized and creates its governing bodies per the laws and regulations in effect at the time.
In compliance with the institutional regulations and university law, Dr. Cesar Acuña Peralta was elected unanimously as first Chancellor of Universidad Cesar Vallejo on April 19, 1999.
Currently, the University is comprised of 11 branches in the Peruvian cities of Trujillo, Tarapoto, Chiclayo, Piura, Chimbote, Huaraz, and Moyobamba, of which four are in Lima. Its most recent endeavor, Cesar Vallejo College, is located in the United States in the city of Miami, Florida.
Within the framework of internationalization efforts developed by the university in 2015, the creation of a higher education institution in the State of Florida, USA, was considered. The goal is to improve the overall quality of services provided and offer new opportunities for learning in diverse settings.
CEO, Chairman of the Board
The Board of Advisors of Cesar Vallejo College is comprised of the following members:
Dean of Academics & Executive Education Director
Director Student Support Services & Registrar
Juan Manuel Pacheco, President of CVC and Mrs. Maria Isabel Najera President of PBS have signed an affiliation agreement between both institutions.
This affiliation agreement facilitates the transfer of credits from PBS to CVC that will allow PBS graduates to pursue an equivalent Bachelors’s degree in the USA. The transfer of credits makes it feasible and convenient for PBS students to graduate from a US higher education institution.
This affiliation agreement represents the recognition and endorsement by CVC of the academic quality and relevance of PBS undergraduate programs.
Cesar Vallejo College and the Universidad Cesar Vallejo have formally started in July of 2020 the EQUAA (Education Quality Assurance Agency) institutional accreditation process in July of 2020.
EQUAA has established world-class academic quality standards that includes best practices in the management and operation of educational institutions primarily business schools. Schools of business of the caliber of the University of Miami Herbert School of Business, Riga Technical University and Montpellier Business School and Universidad Iberoamericana have been successfully accredited by EQUAA.
The EQUAA quality seal is recognized throughout the American continent and is one of the 4 most important accreditations for business schools.
The process of hominization is developed by the incorporation of values; therefore, every educational action requires an axiological foundation whose sets of values respond to the formation of an individual.
Comprehensive training starts at home and is consolidated in the process of socialization. Education at all levels strengthens home education, continuing this process through college level.
Cesar Vallejo College considers the integration of all value dimensions so that their forging to the educational model enables the achievement of comprehensive training.