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Polytechnic University of Nicaragua

Polytechnic University of Nicaragua
Universidad Politécnica de Nicaragua (UPOLI)
Motto Sirviendo a la comunidad
Motto in English
Serving the community
Established 1967
Rector Lidya Zamora PhD
Students 8,300
Location Managua, Nicaragua

The Polytechnic University of Nicaragua (Spanish: Universidad Politecnica de Nicaragua, UPOLI) is a university located in Managua, Nicaragua. It was founded in 1967.


These are the 6 schools in which the university is divided into:

Online division

UPOLI international (Spanish: Universidad Politecnica de Nicaragua Internacional) is the online division. UPOLI International was established in 2013 by MSc. Tomás H. Téllez Ruiz of The Polytechnic University of Nicaragua and Ricky M. Andrew MBA.

See also

External links

  • UPOLI Website (Spanish)
  • UPOLI International Website

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