It is the National University of Colombia (UNAL) is a nationwide Colombian public university that was established under the administration of Santos Acosta on September 22 1867. 1. This is by far the most prestigious and representative University in Colombia because of its history as well as its prestige, quality, and quality. It is connected to the academic history and production that is typical of Latin America .Its main campus is it is the University City of Bogota, is the biggest in the nation and contains 17 buildings that have been designated to be a national landmark. The campus is home to Medellin , Manizales ,Palmira , Arauca , Leticia , Tumaco , San Andres and La Paz (Cesar) .Its student number is 49,890, of which 41,340 are students in the undergraduate program, and 8,550 are graduate students. This makes that one of the Colombian universities with the highest number of students. It also boasts a total of 2,939 full-time, full-time instructors, and half of them have PhDs. There are 94 undergraduate courses and 97 specializations. It also has 38 dental and medical specialities, as well as 148 masters and 54 doctoral degrees spread across the eight locations. On April 9 10th, 2010, the Ministry of National Education granted the University High-Quality Institutional Accreditation for 10 years at all of its locations. Numerous designations have placed it among the top in the country. It is a part of the Colombian Association of Universities, the Association Latin American University Postgraduate (AUIP), as well as the Latin American universities, network Universia
National University of Colombia Campuses
The University City of Bogota (Spanish: Ciudad Universitaria de Bogota) Also called The White City (Spanish: Ciudad Blanca) is the most prestigious University campus. It is situated in the Teusaquillo area, northwestern of the city's historic central. This is the biggest campus in Colombia and covers 1200,000 square meters (300 acres) and an area of 308,541 square meters (76.242 acres) which makes it a vast campus, with many green areas open spaces and walking paths. There are 17 that are designated national monuments. As a whole, it's an evocation of the past sixty years of architectural development within Colombia. The campus was created by German educator Fritz Karsen and architect Leopold Rother, both refugees from Nazi Germany. Construction began in 1935 under the administration that was headed by Alfonso Lopez Pumarejo. It is structured into an ellipse and divided into five sections with each one containing an academic division as well as its own departments. From an aerial perspective, the form of an owl could be perceived, symbolizing the deep connection between the wisdom of knowing and intuition. The buildings were constructed using prismatic blocks and then painted white to provide a sleek and sleek look. Some iconic buildings on campus include those of the Leon de Greiff Auditorium and the Francisco de Paula Santander Plaza, which is sometimes referred to informally as "Central Plaza" or the "Che Plaza", in tribute to Ernesto el Che Guevara. The campus also has its own stadium where matches for Colombian Professional Football are sometimes played.
It is the National University of Colombia. Medellin has two campuses: which are the Central Campus and Robledo Campus, in which 10,447 students are enrolled. This campus provides around 29% of places for students who are new to National. It also has faculty professors of 555, with 38% of them being were doctors. 44% have a master's level, 8 per cent were specialists, and 10% were Professionals. The site has 27 undergraduate as well as 73 graduate classes, including 15 PhDs, 28 Masters and 29 specializations. Its historical background has provided Medellin its unique character as it was established like all universities, from classic degrees of Medicine, Law Arts, and Sciences. It was founded with engineering courses, which is the reason Medellin is the one with the most number of engineering courses (17) in all National University of Colombia campuses and across Colombia overall. General.Central Campus: located north of the city's center and is situated in between Cerro Ecoparque the Flyer and the Medellin River. From 1938 onward, the Central Campus was the main campus for the National University of Colombia in Medellin in the year that it was the time that the School of Tropical Agriculture (now the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences) was incorporated into the University. Its Central Campus has an area of 272,982 sq m, while the core of Rio is 31,758 square metres and a section in Cerro El Flying is around 269,257 square meters. There are several learning centers situated on the campus, including the Entomological Museum which was founded in 1937 and The Museum of Mycology founded in 1987 and The Herbarium "Gabriel Gutierrez," the wood collection, and the Central Library "Efe Gomez" as attractive architectural and artistic attraction and the Totem Mythic created by Master Pedro Nel Gomez, Block 41 was declared to be a National Cultural, designed by Engineer Jesus Montoya Mejia which began in 1931. It was the Block 11 Master was designed with the help of Pedro Gomez.Campus Robledo Robledo, also known as core, or more commonly known as it is known as the School of Mines, is located to the northwest of Medellin. in Medellin, Robledo neighborhood is comprised of three fields, divided by Kr 80 which is a challenging pedestrian traffic link between the various properties which form the structure that is the School of Mines, and Ingeominas that were which was recently joined into the University. The area is 100,978.69 sq. m. In 1886 The School of Mines was created and was integrated into the University in 1936. It is now known by the name of National School of Mines with around 3500 students. It is home to its Museum of Geosciences, Maximum classrooms (block M5) and the M3 block, which was created by master Pedro Nel Gomez School of Mines in 1936. The building was declared a National Monument in 1994 thanks to its design and murals created by Pedro Nel Gomez. The University located in Medellin is home to five faculties, which offer 25 different careers which, of which nearly half are in engineering in the School of Mines, also includes three museums as well as other services.
National University of Colombia Ranking
QS World University Rankings: # 258 in 2022
Academic Ranking of World Universities the top-ranked University in 2021 is #801.
World University Rankings: #1001 in 2021.
Best Global Universities Rankings: #666 in 2021.
National University of Colombia History
The concept of a public and state-owned University in Colombia was born with the adoption of Law 8 of 1826 "On organization and arrangement of Public Instruction" which was pushed by the vice-president of Gran Colombia, Francisco de Paula Santander . In 1826, three universities, Cauca, Cartagena and Central de la Republica, were established and had their the headquarters located at Bogota, Caracas and Quito. The Central was the first to be established before the National. It was established on November 25, 1826, in the Jesuit block in Bogota. It was a combination of three institutions: the National Library, the National College of San Bartolome (todayColegio Mayor de San Bartolome ) as well as the University itself.With the claim that universities were educational and worked monopolies which threatened freedoms of individuals the radical and federalist governments shut down the Central University of the Republic . In 1864, Jose Maria Samper, a former radical, nevertheless introduced an act to Congress that was called"the National University of the United States of Colombia. In 1867, the National Institute of Sciences and Arts was founded. The most significant step to the creation of the foundation was on September 22, 1867. Congress adopted Law 66 , which created the National University of the United States of Colombia under its administration ofSantos Acosta. In 1868, when the Organic Statute was issued, the first school was opened and the first Rector, Ezequiel Rojas, was elected , however, he was unable to accept the post due to health reasons. Manuel Ancizar was appointed as his successor . In the beginning of its activities, the University began working in its Faculties of Arts and Crafts, Engineering, Medicine, Law and Natural Sciences, which included 335 students and 45 professors, of which individuals like Miguel Antonio Caro and Indalecio Lievano are notable .
National University of Colombia Administration
At the National level, the University is comprised of the following hierarchically-distributed institutions: the Higher University Council, the Rectory and the Academic Council, the Vice-Rectories and the National Financial and Administrative Management as well as the General Secretariat and the Vice-Rectors Committee. It is the Higher University Council is the top governing authority as well as the management body. Its Academic Council is the highest academic authority. The Rector in the present is Dolly Montoya Castano . The primary function of the rectory is to oversee and coordinate academic research, scientific, technological, and cultural management, as and coordinate programs. The purpose of the general vice-rectory's job is to link the headquarters and their dependences into a single entity to create an effective national program which meets the demands of society. The primary purpose of the academic vice-rectory is to establish academic policies, programmes, and initiatives for the entire institution. This department is also responsible for defining the National Financial, and Administrative Management is the institution responsible for defining guidelines and setting up procedures for administrative and financial management to facilitate the execution that missionary researchers perform, education and expansion processes. The General Secretariat is the department responsible for carrying out, among other things, all these functions to ensure the operation of both the Higher University Council and the Academic Council. It is responsible for the creation of the work meetings of every council, the execution of the decisions that are approved at each meeting, and the disseminating of the decisions of these institutions of higher education.
National University of Colombia Curricular Programs
The University offers undergraduate programs that include 94 with 97 specializations, 38 dental and medical specialities, including 148 masters as well as 54 doctorates spread across its eight campuses. The majority of courses are at the Bogota Headquarters, 24% from the Medellin Headquarters, 8.6 per cent are from the Manizales Headquarters, 4% to the Palmira Headquarters, 1.1 per cent for the Amazon Headquarters, and 1.3 per cent of The Caribbean Headquarters.
National University of Colombia Undergraduate
In the undergraduate courses, 51 of them are on the Bogota campus, 27 come from the Medellin campus, 11 students come from the Manizales campus, 11 are from the Manizales campus, and seven belong to Palmira. Palmira campus.
National University of Colombia Laboratories
This University stands out due to its large concentration on research. This is the reason it is home to a wide array of labs used by academics and for scientific research. Different departments and faculties are equipped with the labs listed below available at each department's disposal. The University City of Bogota includes more than 430 labs located in various colleges and units of academics that are used for research and academic purpose.