National University of La Plata

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Coordinates: 34°54′46.69″S 57°57′04.88″W / 34.9129694°S 57.9513556°W / -34.9129694; -57.9513556

National University of La Plata
Universidad Nacional de La Plata
UNLP Logo.jpg
MottoPro Scientia et Patria
TypePublic
Established1897
ChancellorFernando Alfredo Tauber
Administrative staff
10,400
Students91,135
LocationLa Plata, Buenos Aires,  Argentina
Campus--
Websitehttp://www.unlp.edu.ar/
Office of the President (NU of LP)

The National University of La Plata (Spanish: Universidad Nacional de La Plata, UNLP) is one of the national universities in the Argentine city of La Plata. The university was founded in 1905 by Dr. Joaquín Víctor González.[1]

Academic units[change | change source]

The School of Engineering (NU of LP)
  • Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism [2]
  • Faculty of Arts [3]
  • Faculty of Agrarian and Forest Sciences [4]
  • Faculty of Astronomic and Geophysic Sciences[5]
  • Faculty of Economic Sciences [6]
  • Faculty of Exact Sciences [7]
  • Faculty of Law and Social Sciences [8]
  • Faculty of Medic Sciences [9]
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences and Museum [10]
  • Faculty of Veterinary Sciences [11]
  • Faculty of Humanities and Education Sciences [12]
  • Faculty of Informatics [13]
  • Faculty of Engineering [14]
  • Faculty of Dentistry [15]
  • Faculty of Journalism and Social Communication [16]
  • Faculty of Social Work [17]
  • Fine Arts High School "Professor Francisco Américo de Santo" [18]

Famous students and professors[change | change source]

Notes and References[change | change source]

  1. Universidad Nacional de La Plata - History, Retrieved 2014-01-20 (Spanish)
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Bibliography[change | change source]

  • History of the University of La Plata (Historia de la Universidad de La Plata), Julio Castiñeira, Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
  • National University of La Plata on the Centennial of its Nationalization (La Universidad Nacional de La Plata en el centenario de su nacionalización), Universidad Nacional de La Plata.

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