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UDLA is a private university, declared autonomous in 1997 by the Higher Education Council (CSE), allowing the institution to emit titles and degrees that are valid according to the Chilean Ministry of Education.
UDLA obtained its institutional accreditation status from the National Accreditation Commission (CNA) in 2007, and lost it in January 2014. This accreditation is a quality certification given by the CNA, which is also a requirement for specific types of student loans.
In the 2012 QS World University Rankings, UNAB was ranked as the ninth best university in Chile and the second best private university. It also received the ranking of 64 of Latin American universities in the same category.
Andrés Bello University currently ranks as the 12th Chilean university according to the webometric CSIC.
Santiago • Théologie, Religion
Santiago • Histoire • Sciences des Services de Santé
Concepción • Droit
Valparaíso • Théologie, Religion
Principalement privée, elle est cependant financée partiellement par des subventions publiques. Elle compte huit facultés, trois instituts, ainsi qu'un centre de formation technique. L'université détient également la chaîne de télévision "UCV Televisión".
Valdivia • Droit
Valparaíso • Education, Recherche Educationnelle
Ñuñoa • Education, Recherche Educationnelle
Sciences de la Terre • Management • Sciences Politiques
The Institute of Public Affairs of the University of Chile (Spanish: Instituto de Asuntos Públicos de la Universidad de Chile) is a multidisciplinary institute, created on 13 November 2001, after three University of Chile units were merged: the Centre of Analysis of Public Politics (Spanish: Centro de Análisis de Políticas Públicas), the Institute of Political Science (Spanish: Instituto de Ciencia Política), and the School of Government, Public Management and Political Science (Spanish: Escuela de Gobierno, Gestión Pública y Ciencia Política)
Antofagasta • Industrie du Tourisme, Hôtellerie, Restaurant
The university ranks 44th in research among Mexico universities.
Copiapó • Ingénierie Minière
The university was created in 1981, as a fusion of the old Mines School of Copiapo, founded in 1857 and very prestigious in the minerals industries. This school was integrated in 1947 in early founded Universidad Técnica del Estado, being the new U.T.E. until 1981 the most important Chilean university in applied sciences and the Normal School of Copiapó, founded in 1905.
UDA has four faculties: Humanities and Education, Law, Engineering, and Natural Sciences, as well as five institutes: the Technological Institute, the Language Institute, the Center for Technical Education (CFT), the Institute for Scientific and Technological Research (IDITEC), and INSAMIN.
The University of Atacama campus houses several historical monuments, including the first steam engine to traverse Chile, between Copiapó and the port city of Caldera, in 1851.
Viña del Mar • Sciences des Services de Santé
Santiago • Musique • Etudes culturelles • Dance
By 1929 and during a cultural boom, both Schools, plus the Kinematic School were melted into the present day University of Chile's Arts Faculty. In 1941 a Dance Department is added from which the Chile National Ballet was founded.
Same year also the Teatro Experimental was founded under Pedro de la Barra, which eventually become the modern day Theater Departament.
Nowadays the Arts Faculty remain as one of the most important cultural hub in Chile.
Santiago • Histoire Sciences des Services de Santé
Valparaíso • Affaires • Economie
UTFSM was the first Chilean university to confer a doctorate in engineering in 1962 and the first higher-education institution in Latin America to confer this degree. The university has special emphasis in basic sciences, engineering and technical fields with a more recent growth into economics and business sciences.
Admission is very competitive and, in general, the last selected students every year have obtained around 650 points in the national admission test (PSU), which corresponds to the best 10% of the country. Santa Maria University has been historically perceived as one of the most prestigious engineering schools in the country and more recently, with the appearance of national and international rankings, has been placed among the top Universities in Chile and South America.
It is ranked 1st in Chile and 2nd in South America by The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015.
This university was created in 1991, in what was the former Talca campus of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
Also has a campus in Curico.
It is one of the sixteen universities of the Consortium of Universities of the State of Chile, and belongs to the Council of Rectors of Chilean Universities.
It has four branches, all located in the Metropolitan Region. Its head office is in the municipality of Santiago, being part of the old houses of the city street Eighteen declared Typical Zone by the National Monuments Council in the country.
The UTEM is currently accredited by the National Accreditation Commission (CNA-Chile) for three years, since its renovation in December 2013 to December 2016, adding elective area Bonding with Medio.2 as Figure 27. ª college Chilean as ranked AméricaEconomía, 1 October 2012, in 42 th place according to classification webométrica CSIC in July 2011,3 and 38th. according to the ranking of the Mercurio.4 in November 2011, is located on 1st place as the state university that best meets the Government Transparency Act.
History The Metropolitan Technological University (UTEM) was founded from Santiago Professional Institute (IPS), which was formed in 1981 after the military regime dismembered the University of Chile, disappeared from IPUCH (Polytechnic Institute of the University of Chile ) and other races that were left out of the University of Chile, such as: Construction, Architecture, Library, Cartography, Social Work and Design. The enactment of Law No. 19,239, was made in a ceremony led by the then rector of this study, and founder Luis Pinto prepulsor Faverio, Patricio Aylwin Azócar and Education Minister Jorge Arrate, at the Palace of La Moneda. On August 30, 1993 was published in the Official Journal of the Republic of Chile, the decree creating the Metropolitan Technological University (UTEM), which constitutes the last of the Universities Council of Rectors.
In the beginning, ie from 1993 to 2002, the UTEM starts delivering careers professional area of Engineering and the Social Area, becoming the state university which receives more young people in the first two income quintiles, from schools municipal and subsidized. In 2002, the UTEM begins to dictate the race of Criminology at the levels of technical (expert), graduates (scientists) Degree, which will have a major impact on subsequent attempts of institutional accreditation.
The UTEM is a Chilean state university which receives every year about 1,500 students, has four offices in Santiago, with an area of 58,000 m². Doctor Honoris Causa
The March 20, 1996, the UTEM delivered its first title Doctor Honoris Causa former President Patricio Aylwin Azócar, in recognition of his outstanding professional and academic career, and her starring role in the history of our country.
The center is directed by Professor (Spanish: docente) Ana Maria Haz M.A., and its academic directors are Teresa Matus Ph.D. and René Ríos M.Sc.
The activities of the center include processes to certify the quality of actions and social programs, courses of improvement for professionals and technicians in the social field, free open seminars on topics relevant to social organizations, the publication of material which can be downloaded from the center's website, and podcasts of presentations made as part of the center's activities.
The center is the product of the joint work of the academic units of the Faculty of Social Sciences: School of Psychology, School of Social Work and the Institute of Sociology.
Santiago • Théologie, Religion
Valparaíso • Electricité, Electronique • Film, Radio, Télévision
The name was changed to Valparaiso Technical Institute in 1944 by J.B. Hershman, who is credited as the institute's first founder and president. Valparaiso Technical Institute specialized in Radio Engineering, Television, Broadcasting, Police and Aviation Radio, Ultra High Frequency, and other Electronic training. Following the retirement or leave of all faculty, Valparaiso Technical Institute officially went defunct in April 1991. Nonetheless the city's flag still contains a logo representing the former Valparaiso Technical Institute.