U de Lima
The University of Lima is located in the San Borja district a little bit outside of central Lima. The huge Javier Prado road connects the university to the rest of the city, so the only thing you really have to worry about is how to get from your place to the Javier Prado. The whole university is enclosed by a fence and the entrance is guarded. I find this is a symptom of the general fear that middle and upper class Limenians often express. “Don’t go there, don’t take the Bus, don’t take out your phone in public, keep your money in your socks, …” are all warnings I have heard multiple times, but to me it does not seem more dangerous than places in Ecuador or Philippines where locals seem to be a lot more chill about their safety. To be fair though, the contrast between rich and poor in Peru is extremely stark, so assuming an aggressive potential against the wealthy (to which you, as a tourist, will automatically be counted) seems somewhat reasonable.
Anyway, the university has two nice, park like squares with fountains and contains 2 banks, a nice cafeteria where you can get a lunch menu for 8 S/. (~2.50€) and several kiosks for the occasional snack or juice. Also there is a Starbucks terrace on the 7th floor of the V building. Overall, the university seems much more open to outside businesses than universities in Germany.
I feel in good hands here, there obviously are a lot of resources dedicated to every student, however this is a private elite university and I expect to find this fact reflected in the general atmosphere.