Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina History
The Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina was established in 1958. Its name in Spanish is Pontificia Universidad Catolica Argentina "Santa María de los Buenos Aires", also called Universidad Catolica Argentina (UCA), and is a university in Argentina with campuses in the cities of Buenos Aires, Sant Fe, Rosario, Paraná, Mendoza, and Pergamino. The main campus is found in Puerto Madero, one in all the foremost trendy neighborhoods of Buenos Aires.
Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina Programs, Courses, and Schools
The Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, there are over 50 professional courses and bachelor's degrees available to study, as well as 160 PhDs, master’s programs and specializations. Listed are few faculty: Faculty of Arts and Musical Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, Law School, School of Economics, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, School of Canon Law, Faculty of Theology, Institute of Bioethics, Institute for Marriage and Family, Institute for the Integration of Knowledge, Faculty of Engineering and Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Psychology and Psychopedagogy, Institute of University Culture, Institute of Spirituality and Pastoral Action, Institute for the Integration of Knowledge, and Institute of Biomedical Research.
Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina Campuses
The Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina is one of the largest and finest university in Argentina. It includes luxury restaurants, movie theatres, a Hilton hotel and the headquarters of many multinational corporations. It has the foremost trendy urban campus in Argentina, made up of four impressive buildings, the first of which opened in 1996. There are five computer labs with full Internet access for the students, four university cafeterias, and a beautiful esplanade along the River Plate. The facilities also included three multimedia auditoriums, medical attention, a bank, an open-air amphitheater, Xerox machines, a comfortable open-shelf library and Argentina's best on campus TV and Radio studios. All the buildings are connected by an underground tunnel.
Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina Notable Alumni
Mauricio Macri (President of Argentina), María Eugenia Vida (Governor of Buenos Aires Province), Javier González Fraga (Argentine economist), María Julia Alsogaray(Argentine Politician).
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