University of Talca
|University of Talca|
|Universidad de Talca|
|Rector||Álvaro Rojas Marín|
|Location||Talca, Region del Maule, Chile|
|Former names||Universidad de Chile, Universidad Técnica del Estado|
|Campuses||3 (Talca, Curicó, Santiago)|
The University of Talca (Spanish: Universidad de Talca) is a Chilean university located in the cities of Talca, Curicó, and Santiago. It is a derivative university, one of the most important universities of the southern-central region of Chile, and it's part of the Chilean Traditional Universities.
The Universidad de Talca was founded in 1981, upon the fusion of the seats in Talca of the Universidad de Chile and the Universidad Técnica del Estado. In 1998, the Facultad de Ingeniería was founded and established in the city of Curicó, 60 km north of Talca.
The university has three campuses, distributed in the cities of Talca, Curicó, and Santiago. The main campus is the Campus Lircay, located in northern Talca. The Campus Los Niches, located a few kilometres outside Curicó, is the second largest campus, and the location of the Facultad de Ingeniería.
Faculties and Schools
The university has seven faculties, three schools and six institutes.
- Faculty of Forest Sciences
- Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
- Faculty of Business Administration
- Faculty of Health Sciences
- Faculty of Law and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Psychology
- School of Music
- School of Architecture
- School of Design
- Institute of Cell Biology and Biotechnology
- Institute of Mathematics and Physics
- Institute of Educational Research and Development
- Institute of Chemistry of Natural Resources
- Institute of Humanist Studies "Juan Ignacio Molina"
- Technological Institute Colchagua
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