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Universidad Nacional del Litoral

 

Universidad Nacional del Litoral

National University of the Littoral
Universidad Nacional del Litoral
File:UNL Seal.png
Motto Lux Indeficiens (Latin for "Inextinguishable Light")
Established 1889 (as the Provincial University of Santa Fe)
1919 (refounded as the National University of the Littoral)
Type Public
Rector Dr. Albor Cantard
Academic staff 4,753
Students 35,265
Location Santa Fe, SF, Argentina
Colors Clean River Blue and White
         
Website www.unl.edu.ar
UNL Logo


The National University of the Littoral (in Spanish, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, UNL) is a university in Argentina. It is based in Santa Fe, the capital of the province of the same name, and it has colleges and other academic facilities in Esperanza, Reconquista and Gálvez, also in Santa Fe Province.

History

The original institution was established as the Provincial University of Santa Fe in 1889. The Argentine university reform of 1918 brought modernization and democratization to higher education in Argentina. UNL was created the following year, by a national law signed on October 17, 1919, becoming the first regional university in the country, with influence over the Argentine Littoral (Santa Fe and the Mesopotamic provinces of Entre Ríos and Corrientes).

See also

External links

  • www.unl.edu.ar, official website
  • Science and Education in Argentina
  • Argentine Higher Education Official Site

Coordinates: 31°38′04″S 60°42′19″W / 31.63444°S 60.70528°W / -31.63444; -60.70528

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