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ORT Argentina

ORT Argentina
Motto Educating for life
Formation 1936
Type Organizations based in Argentina
Legal status active
Purpose/focus education
Headquarters Buenos Aires, Argentina
Region served Argentina
Website http://campus.ort.edu.ar

ORT Argentina, founded in 1936, is a non-government organization devoted to education. It serves the Jewish community in Argentina. There are two ORT Technical Schools in Buenos Aires, a post-secondary Institute of Technology, and a School of Integration of Technology, Management and Business. ORT Argentina employs almost 900 teachers, and its student body exceeds 6000 members. ORT Argentina is affiliated to World ORT.

External links

  • ORT Argentina website
  • ORT Virtual Campus
  • World ORT website
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