National University of Córdoba

Seal of the National University of Córdoba The National University of Córdoba (), is a public university located in the city of Córdoba, Argentina. Founded in 1613, the university is the oldest in Argentina, the third oldest university of the Americas, with the first university being the National University of San Marcos (Peru, 1551) and the second one, Saint Thomas Aquinas University (Colombia, 1580).

Since the early 20th century it has been the second largest university in the country (after the University of Buenos Aires) in terms of the number of students, faculty, and academic programs. As the location of the first university founded in the land that is now Argentina, Córdoba has earned the nickname ''La Docta'' (roughly translated, "The Wise"). The National University of Córdoba is financially supported by Argentinian taxpayers, but - like all Argentine national universities - it is autonomous. This means it has the autonomy to manage its own budgets, elect its own administration, and dictate its own regulations. Similar to that of most public universities in Argentina, admission to undergraduate study at the University of Córdoba is not selective. The only requirement is that applicants pass a leveling course test with a score higher than 4, which is equivalent to getting 60% of correct answers. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Guía universitaria. by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

    Published 1980
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    Memoria 1978. by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

    Book
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    Costos por alumno y egresado en la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

    Published 1969
    Book
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    Guía universitaria. by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

    Published 1980
    Book
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    Memoria 1951 / by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

    Published 1953
    Book
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