ZAMORANO is a residential campus where coexists a multicultural community
People from different countries and cultures share their customs, knowledge and idiosyncrasies, ties of brotherhood that will last forever are created.
For our students, ZAMORANO is more than their school or alma mater, it is their home. In our residential campus they receive comprehensive training and living with people of different nationalities and cultures, with different habits and traditions. This Student Life is unique from ZAMORANO. We promote a balanced life and we have the appropriate academic spaces for recreational activities. Our students also receive a rigorous academic program, have time to get involved in extracurricular activities, exercise and rest. Each year we strive for our students to have a balanced life. Constantly improve significantly the sports infrastructure, we have basketball courts, volleyball, tennis and football with synthetic turf. One feature that differentiates us from other universities is the Invisible curriculum that shape our students. Our invisible curriculum enables experiences that live outside the classroom have a profound and lasting impact on young people, providing many opportunities to develop their skills, and strengthen the values and character. A formal component of the invisible curriculum is the Integrated System of Student Life (SIVE) that improves the lives of our students organizing student residences and coordinating extracurricular activities like cultural groups and sports teams. We promote the safety and welfare of students. Students are demanding days of classes and work, a code of conduct based on values with emphasis on personal discipline and responsibility towards the community and an environment characterized by order and cleanliness. Normally, they complete their academic work and learning by doing in the afternoon and the remaining time of the day, until 10 p.m., perform extracurricular activities or simply share with other students, rest and study.