Higher University of San Simón

The Higher University of San Simón (Universidad Mayor de San Simón, UMSS) is a university in Cochabamba, Bolivia.[2]

University rankings
Regional – Overall
QS Latin America[1]201-250 (2021)

It was founded by Mariscal Andrés de Santa Cruz on November 5, 1832;[3] and is one of the first universities founded in Bolivia after the San Francisco Xavier University from Chuquisaca and the University of San Andrés from La Paz.[4] The University currently offers 99 undergraduate programs in 18 faculties that are mainly established in Cochabamba city.[5] According to uniRank, the University of San Simón ranks second among Bolivian universities,[6] and second according to Webometrics [7] and the QS World University Rankings.[8]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "QS Latin America University Rankings 2021". Quacquarelli Symonds Ltd. Retrieved 5 March 2021.
  2. ^ "MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING Between Byucksan Engineering Co. Ltda. And University of San Simon Cochabamba - Bolivia." (Archive) University of San Simón. Retrieved on December 26, 2012. Second page of English agreement. "UNIVERSIDAD MAYOR DE SAN SIMON located at Av. Ballivian 591, Cochabamba-Bolivia."
  3. ^ "Inicio." University of San Simón. Retrieved on December 26, 2012. "La Universidad Mayor de San Simón fue fundada mediante ley de 5 de noviembre de 1832 por el Mariscal Andrés de Santa Cruz."
  4. ^ "WebSISS Sistema de Información San Simón".
  5. ^ "WebSISS Sistema de Información San Simón".
  6. ^ "Top Universities in Bolivia | 2021 Bolivian University Ranking".
  7. ^ "Bolivia | Ranking Web of Universities: Webometrics ranks 30000 institutions".
  8. ^ "QS Latin American University Rankings 2018".

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