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Managua • Medicine, General, Internal
Its main campus is located in Managua. The original campus, UNAN-Leon, is located in León and is now secondary, mainly used for medicine majors.
The UPF was established in 1998 as the Paulo Freire University Institute (IPF) and operates as an accredited university since 2002.
Managua • Business • Law • Medicine, General, Internal
Managua • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Cultural Studies
The National Agrarian University has its roots in the National School of Agriculture (Spanish: Escuela Nacional de Agricultura), established on May 25, 1917. It was incorporated in 1986, by presidential decree, into the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua as the Institute of Agricultural Sciences (ISCA).
In 1990, the ISCA faculty at the National University became an independent entity; the National Agrarian University, with four faculties:
Managua • Law • Cultural Studies
The Central University of Nicaragua (UCN) is a PREMIER PROVIDER accredited university by Accreditation Service for International Colleges and Universities (ASIC) at UK. The university is listed with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), International Association of Universities and the international handbook of accredited universities published by the United Nations.
INCAE is an acronym for Instituto Centroamericano de Administración de Empresas, which means "Central American Institute of Business Administration" in Spanish. The school is sometimes referred to as "Harvard South" or as a "Harvard Sister School". Although INCAE is independent, it adheres to the Harvard Case Study Method and curriculum. The Case Study Method allow students to examine past and current business situations, which gives them two years' worth of indirect, real-world experience across industries and regions. The Method offers students the opportunity to step into the shoes of managers, critique their decisions and provide alternative solutions. While the majority of cases are translations from Harvard Business School case studies, INCAE students are additionally provided with emerging market studies from Latin America.
INCAE offers a 2-year MBA in Costa Rica and a 15-month intensive MBA in Nicaragua. Other programs include the Executive MBA and seminars.
The university is named after Presbyter Francisco Luis Espinoza Pineda, the founder of the School of Farming and Livestock of Estelí (EAGE), precursor of the UCATSE.
Puerto Cabezas • Ethnic, Family Studies • Cultural Studies
San Marcos • Business • International Relations • Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology
UNICA is a member of AUPRICA, the Association of Private Universities of Central America and Panama and ODUCAL, the Organization of Latin American Catholic Universities.