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Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC)

Santo Domingo, DO, Santo Domingo Dominican Republic +1
  • DO, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • StatusPublic
  • Research OutputMedium
  • Student/Faculty Ratio9
  • SizeM
  • Total Faculty559

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The Santo Domingo Institute of Technology - otherwise known as INTEC - is based in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Founded in 1972, it is the country’s leading technology institute, offering degree programs in engineering, business administration, social sciences, medicine and the humanities.

Santo Domingo is the capital city of the Dominican Republic, with a population of nearly one million people, rising to nearly three million if you include the wider metropolitan area. Students here can expect to be surrounded by history, with the city dating back to the 1400s. In fact, it’s the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the Americas, and is home to the first cathedral, castle, monastery, university and fortress in the New World.

Today, the city is a thriving financial and industrial center, with strong connections to a wide range of businesses and industries. The city’s port is an important site for freight, while international firms such as IKEA and Barrick have established themselves here. Compared to other capital cities in the region, Santo Domingo is one of the most economically developed.


About

The Santo Domingo Institute of Technology - otherwise known as INTEC - is based in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Founded in 1972, it is the country’s leading technology institute, offering degree programs in engineering, business administration, social sciences, medicine and the humanities.

Santo Domingo is the capital city of the Dominican Republic, with a population of nearly one million people, rising to nearly three million if you include the wider metropolitan area. Students here can expect to be surrounded by history, with the city dating back to the 1400s. In fact, it’s the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the Americas, and is home to the first cathedral, castle, monastery, university and fortress in the New World.

Today, the city is a thriving financial and industrial center, with strong connections to a wide range of businesses and industries. The city’s port is an important site for freight, while international firms such as IKEA and Barrick have established themselves here. Compared to other capital cities in the region, Santo Domingo is one of the most economically developed.


University highlights

LatAm University Rankings

  • 2014
    #251-300
  • 2015
    #301+
  • 2016
    #251-300
  • 2018
    #201-250
  • 2019
    #201-250
  • 2020
    #201-250
  • 2021
    #201-250
  • 2022
    #181-190

Ranking criteria

17.9
Academic Reputation
47.7
Employer Reputation
63.9
Faculty Student Ratio
2.5
Papers per Faculty
12.6
Faculty Staff with PhD
14
International Research Network
10.9
Web Impact

Student & Staff

Total students
5,194

15%
85%

Total faculty staff
559

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559

Total students
5,194

15%
85%

Total faculty staff
559

559
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