National University of Cordoba: Statistics
|#702 of 14,131||In the World|
|#25 of 1,756||In Latin America|
|#3 of 127||In Argentina|
|#1 of 6||In Cordoba|
|#184 of 1,019||For Paleontology|
|Top50%||For 55 other topics|
- Acceptance rate
Acceptance rate & Admissions
|Admissions Requirements||Competitive admission|
|Academic Calendar||February to December (February - July; August-December)|
We've calculated the 70% acceptance rate for National University of Cordoba based on the ratio of admissions to applications and other circumstantial enrollment data. Treat this information as a rough guide and not as a definitive measure of your chances of admission. Different programs may have significantly varying admissions rates.
National University of Cordoba is a world-class research university with 21,024 scientific papers published and 345,662 citations received. The research profile covers a range of fields, including Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Medicine, Physics, Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, and Engineering.
National University of Cordoba majors
by publication & citation count
Annual publication & citation counts
The tuition table for National University of Cordoba gives an overview of costs but prices are approximate and subject to change and don't include accommodation, textbooks, or living expenses. The costs of programs might differ significantly for local and international students. The only source of truth for current numbers is the university's official website.
|Faculty of Arts and Humanities||$12,000||$15,000|
|Faculty of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences||$15,000||$18,000|
|Faculty of Agricultural Sciences||$10,000||$13,000|
|Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Design||$18,000||$21,000|
|Faculty of Economics||$14,000||$17,000|
|Faculty of Law and Social Sciences||$16,000||$19,000|
|Faculty of Mathematics, Astronomy and Physics||$15,000||$18,000|
|Faculty of Chemistry||$15,000||$18,000|
|Faculty of Medicine||$20,000||$23,000|
|Faculty of Odontology||$18,000||$21,000|
|Faculty of Psychology||$14,000||$17,000|
|Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities||$12,000||$15,000|
All costs are in Argentine pesos (ARS).
The National University of Cordoba has financial aid programs.
Programs and Degrees
The table below displays academic fields with programs and courses that lead to Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctorate degrees offered by National University of Cordoba.
Note that the table provides a general overview and might not cover all the specific majors available at the university. Always visit the university's website for the most up-to-date information on the programs offered.
|Art & Design||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Liberal Arts & Social Sciences||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Diploma de Técnico Superior||Electrical Engineering, Floriculture, Landscape Architecture, Mechanical Engineering|
|Licenciatura||Administration, Agricultural Engineering, Architecture, Cinema and Television, Conducting, Education, Finance, Food Technology, Industrial Design, Music, Music Theory and Composition, Musical Instruments, Secondary Education, Teacher Trainers Education, Theatre, Visual Arts|
|Especialización||Accountancy, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Anthropology, Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Chemistry, Dentistry, Design, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages Education, Health Sciences, Information Sciences, Landscape Architecture, Law, Management, Medicine, Modern Languages, Natural Sciences, Nursing, Psychology, Public Health, Social Sciences, Taxation, Telecommunications Engineering, Tourism, Writing|
|Maestría||Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering, Agriculture, Anthropology, Architecture, Chemistry, Education, Educational Sciences, Engineering, English, Environmental Management, Food Science, Food Technology, Gerontology, Health Administration, Health Sciences, International Business, International Relations and Diplomacy, Law, Literature, Microbiology, Natural Sciences, Pedagogy, Political Sciences, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Health, Social Sciences, Social Welfare, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish, Telecommunications Engineering, Town Planning, Translation and Interpretation, Water Management|
National University of Cordoba alumni
- Born in
- 1930-2021 (aged 91)
Carlos Saúl Menem was an Argentine lawyer and politician who served as the President of Argentina from 1989 to 1999. Ideologically, he identified as a Peronist and supported economically liberal policies. He led Argentina as president during the 1990s and implemented a free market liberalization. He served as President of the Justicialist Party for thirteen years (from 1990 to 2001 and again from 2001 to 2003), and his political approach became known as Federal Peronism.
Fernando de la Rúa
- Born in
- 1937-2019 (aged 82)
Fernando de la Rúa was an Argentine politician and a member of the Radical Civic Union (UCR) political party who served as President of Argentina from 10 December 1999 to 21 December 2001. De la Rúa was born in Córdoba; he entered politics after graduating with a degree in law. He was elected senator in 1973 and unsuccessfully ran for the office of Vice President as Ricardo Balbín's running mate the same year. He was re-elected senator in 1983 and 1993, and as deputy in 1991. He unsuccessfully opposed the pact of Olivos between President Carlos Menem and party leader Raúl Alfonsín, which enabled the 1994 amendment of the Argentine Constitution and the re-election of Menem in 1995.
José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia
- Born in
- 1766-1840 (aged 74)
José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia y Velasco was a Paraguayan lawyer and politician, and the first dictator (1814–1840) of Paraguay following its 1811 independence from the Spanish Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. His official title was "Supreme and Perpetual Dictator of Paraguay", but he was popularly known as El Supremo.
- Born in
- 1956-.. (age 67)
- Enrolled in the National University of Cordoba
- In 2015 graduated with honorary doctorate
- environmentalistjournalistmathematicianuniversity teacherpolitician
Sergio Fajardo Valderrama is a Colombian politician and mathematician. Fajardo served as the Governor of Antioquia from 2012 to 2016. He first entered politics in 2003 when he was elected Mayor of Medellin, the second-largest city in Colombia and the capital of Antioquia. Fajardo was the vice presidential nominee of Antanas Mockus in 2010, finishing in second place after losing the runoff against Juan Manuel Santos and Angelino Garzon. Fajardo brands himself as a pragmatic politician with no particular ideology, with political analysts and media outlets in Colombia labelling him as a centrist politician not tied to the traditional parties in Colombia.
National University of Cordoba faculties and divisions
|Centre : Microscope Electronics||Microelectronics|
|Faculty : Agriculture||Agriculture|
|Faculty : Architecture, Town Planning, and Design||Architecture, Design, Town Planning|
|Faculty : Arts||Fine Arts, Performing Arts|
|Faculty : Chemistry||Chemistry|
|Faculty : Communication Sciences||Information Sciences|
|Faculty : Dentistry||Dentistry|
|Faculty : Economics||Accountancy, Economics, Management, Marketing|
|Faculty : Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences||Natural Sciences, Physics|
|Faculty : Languages||English, Modern Languages, Spanish|
|Faculty : Mathematics, Astronomy, and Physics||Astronomy and Space Science, Mathematics, Physics|
|Faculty : Medical Sciences||Ergotherapy, Medical Technology, Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy and Audiology|
|Faculty : Philosophy and Humanities||Archiving, Education, History, Library Science, Philosophy|
|Faculty : Psychology||Psychology|
|Faculty : Social Sciences||Information Sciences, Law, Public Administration, Social Welfare, Social Work|
|Institute : Higher Space Studies Mario Gulich||Astronomy and Space Science|
|School : Law||Law|
|Alternative names||UNC |
National University of Córdoba
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
|Accreditation||Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology. National Commission for University Evaluation and Accreditation (CONEAU)|
|Motto||Ut portet nomen meum|
Location and contacts
|Address|| Haya de la Torre s/n, Ciudad Unversitaria, Pabellón Argentina |
Córdoba, Córdoba, 5000