National University of Cordoba History
National University of Cordoba is one of the oldest Universities in South America and was founded in 1613. It is located in Cordoba, Argentina and is the second largest University in the country.
National University of Cordoba Programs, Courses, and Schools
The University offers a varied range of programs through its different schools namely School of Law, School of Social Science, School of Architecture, Urban Studies, and Design, School of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences, School of Economics, School of Chemistry, School of Agriculture, School of Medicine, School of Philosophy and the Humanities, School of Mathematics, Astronomy, Physics and Computation, School of Languages, School of Dentistry, School of Psychology and the School of Arts.
National University of Cordoba Campus
The campus comprises of 23 buildings that are used for conducting classes and for the purpose of holding other activities.
National University of Cordoba Notable Alumni
Juan Schiaretti (Argentine accountant and Justicialist Party politician), Carlos Saúl Menem (Former President of Argentina), Domingo Felipe (Argentine economist and politician)
National University of Cordoba Application Requirements
National University of Cordoba Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
National University of Cordoba Rankings
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