National University of Cajamarca

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National University of Cajamarca
Universidad Nacional de Cajamarca
TypePublic University
EstablishedFebruary 13, 1962
Academic staff
1,000
Students8,152
Location,
Cajamarca
,
Campus35 has
WebsiteOfficial Site

The National University of Cajamarca (Spanish: Universidad Nacional de Cajamarca), or UNC for short, is a major public university located in Cajamarca, Peru; capital of the department of Cajamarca. The university was formally established on February 13, 1962, in accordance with a government decree.

UNC currently has approximately 8,152 students in ten different academic faculties, making it one of the largest universities in the north of the country. The current Headmaster is Carlos Tirado Soto.

Organization[edit]

UNC is organized into ten faculties which contain twenty-five professional academic schools.

Faculty Professional School
Faculty of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Medicine Human Medicine
Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Economical Sciences Administration
Economics
Accountancy
Faculty of Law and Political Sciences Law and Political Sciences
Faculty of Engineering Geotechnical Engineering
Hydraulics Engineering
Civil Engineering
Systems Engineering
Mines Engineering
Faculty of Veterinary Veterinary
Faculty of Agropecuary Sciences Agroindustrial Engineering
Faculty of Zootechnics Zootechnics

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Coordinates: 7°10′01″S 78°29′43″W / 7.1669°S 78.4954°W / -7.1669; -78.4954