University of Santiago de Cuba


University of Santiago de Cuba

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name =University of Oriente - Santiago de Cuba
native_name =Universidad de Oriente - Santiago de Cuba
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motto =Ciencia y conciencia
established =1947
type =Public
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staff =
rector = prof. Zaida Valdés Estrada
students =
undergrad =
postgrad =
doctoral =
city =Santiago de Cuba
country =Cuba
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website = [http://www.uo.edu.cu/ www.uo.edu.cu/]
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The University of Oriente - Santiago de Cuba (Spanish "Universidad de Oriente - Santiago de Cuba", UO) is a university located in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. It was founded in 1947 and is organized in 11 Faculties.

Organization

These are the 11 faculties in which the university is divided into:

* Faculty of Social Sciences
* Faculty of Humanities
* Faculty of Law
* Faculty of Economics and Management
* Faculty of Natural Sciences
* Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
* Faculty of Distance Education
* Faculty of Chemical Engineering
* Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
* Faculty of Electrical Engineering
* Faculty of Constructions

ee also

*Education in Cuba
*List of universities in Cuba
* Santiago de CubaFaculty of Medicine

External links

* [http://www.uo.edu.cu/ University of Santiago de Cuba Website] es icon----


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