National University of Río Negro

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National University of Río Negro
Universidad Nacional de Río Negro
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Established 2007
Type Public
Chancellor Juan Carlos del Bello
Students 2,303 [1]
Location Viedma, Río Negro Province,  Argentina
Campus multiple campuses
Website http://www.unrn.edu.ar/

The National University of Río Negro (Spanish: Universidad Nacional de Río Negro) is a public institution of higher learning located in Río Negro Province, Argentina, and established in 2007 as part of a plan to geographically diversify Argentina's National University system.

The university maintains campuses throughout Río Negro Province, one of Argentina's most-sparsely populated: Bariloche, Choele Choel, El Bolsón, General Roca, San Antonio Oeste, Viedma, and Villa Regina. The school offers 25 undergraduate courses and one post-graduate.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Universidad Nacional de Río Negro. "Universidad Nacional de Río Negro". Retrieved 2009-11-19. 

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