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Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Chile
High
26,158
1,387

Undergraduate Overview

Based across three separate campuses in Temuco, Talca and Santiago, the Universidad Autónoma de Chile is home to approximately 22,000 students. A private university, the institution offers both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, as well as diploma courses and doctoral studies.

Teaching at the university is split across seven different faculties: Health Sciences; Architecture and Construction; Business and Administration; Social Sciences and Humanities; Law; Education; and Engineering. The university also has 11 different research centers, including the Chilean Institute of Municipal Studies (ICHIEM).

Temuco, where the university was initially founded, is a city in southern Chile. Historically, the university has been a hub for tourism, agriculture, livestock and forestry, due to its location close to the Andean valleys, lakes and the coast. Today, a significant proportion of the city has Basque ancestry, while another distinctive feature is the presence of indigenous Mapuche residents.


University Highlights

Total students - 26,158

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Total faculty staff - 1,387

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Total students - 26,158

2%
98%

Total faculty staff - 1,387

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