University description (as per official university website)
UPC choose to pursue graduate studies in Theology, Business Administration, Economics, Law or Medicine is a responsible decision. Thousands of our graduates whose skills are welcomed in their different spheres of activities here and abroad can attest.
What are schools organized by the UPC?
The UPC has four faculties, namely the Faculties of Theology, Business Administration and Economics, Law and Medicine. The Faculty of Theology has six departments, the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics (FASE) two departments and the Faculty of Law three departments. The Faculty of Medicine who has emerged in 2006, has not yet organized its departments.
Why study at the UPC?
The Protestant University of Congo is one of the best institutions of higher education and university of the Democratic Republic of Congo and provides, in a very serene, curricula very competitive and high quality. With its teaching staff, the UPC empowers you to make a great career both in the field of research in the professional field.
The UPC is constantly adapting its curriculum to the needs of the labor market by organizing seminars and conferences - discussions with people enjoying a very large professional experiences and by requiring students to do internships finalists in companies and agencies space.
Research at UPC
The purpose of the research is to ensure a constantly renewed knowledge and advance society by contributing positively and directly to local and regional development, the UPC made several studies on issues of socio-economic raised ground floor in Africa and elsewhere in the world.
Each year, the UPC organizes scientific meetings during which researchers and teachers from different faculties expressed their thoughts around a central theme. For the academic year 2006 - 2007, scientific meetings were organized by the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics on the theme: Poverty and for the academic year 2007 - 2008, scientific meetings were organized by the Faculty of Theology on the theme: Protestant theology and the future of Congolese society.