National University of General Sarmiento

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National University of General Sarmiento
Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento
Logo UNGS-recorte.jpg
Motto Una universidad innovadora
Established 1993
Type Public
Rector Lic. Silvio Feldman
Academic staff 286
Students 8,399 (2007) [1]
Undergraduates 7,879
Postgraduates 520
Location Malvinas Argentinas, Buenos Aires,  Argentina
34°31′20″S 58°42′00″W / 34.52222°S 58.70000°W / -34.52222; -58.70000Coordinates: 34°31′20″S 58°42′00″W / 34.52222°S 58.70000°W / -34.52222; -58.70000
Campus Urban
Colors White and Turquoise          
Athletics 4 varsity teams
LDU
Affiliations RUNCob
Website www.ungs.edu.ar

The National University of General Sarmiento (UNGS) (Castilian: Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento) is a national university in Argentina, founded in 1993. It is located in the Malvinas Argentinas partido, in the Gran Buenos Aires urban area.

Academics[edit]

UNGS is composed of four colleges (called institutos), offering 17 courses.

The four colleges of UNGS are:

  • Instituto de Ciencias (ICI)
  • Instituto del Conurbano (ICO)
  • Instituto del Desarrollo Humano (IDH)
  • Instituto de Industria (IDEI)

Undergraduate programs[edit]

The university offers several undergraduate programs[2] including History, Education, Philosophy, Communication, Political Sciences, Public Policy, Urbanism, Economics, Mathematics, Physics and Engineering.

Graduate programs[edit]

The graduate program[3] such as Specializations, Master and PhD Programs.

Student life[edit]

Most students are from Buenos Aires, though there are also international students from other Latin American countries. Noted faculty include José Luis Coraggio, a published economist.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Informe Anual 2007 - UNGS
  2. ^ "Consulta de Carreras de Grado" (HTML). UNGS. Retrieved 2009-03-12. 
  3. ^ include "Posgrado" (HTML). UNGS. Retrieved 2009-03-12. 

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