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Universidad Nacional de Salta

National University of Salta
Universidad Nacional de Salta
Established 1972
Type Public
Academic staff 2,147
Students 21,596
Location Salta,  Argentina
Website http://www.unsa.edu.ar/

The National University of Salta (Spanish: Universidad Nacional de Salta, or UNSa) is an Argentine public national university in Salta. It was founded on 11 May 1972 as a part of the Plan Taquini, a reorganization plan for education. It has around 20,000 students.

Overview

The university has regional headquarters in Tartagal and Orán. It has six subdivisions: Economic Sciences, Exacts Sciences, Natural Sciences, Humanities, Engineering and Health Science. The radio station "Radio Universidad Nacional de Salta" is based at UNSa.

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • School of Economic, Social and Law Sciences
  • School of Natural Science
  • School of Exact Science (Math)
  • School of Humanities
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Health Science
  • Library of the School of Economic, Social and Law Sciences
  • Science and Education in Argentina
  • Argentine Higher Education Official Site

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