National University of San Martín, Argentina



Development Cooperation




04 - Quality Education

Organization Type

Academia / Think Tank




The National University of San Martín (UNSAM) is an Argentine state university founded in 1992. The institution has become a leader in higher education, research, cultural development and social transformation. More than a hundred undergraduate and graduate programs are offered in a variety of fields, which include the following:

The campus is built around former railway lines and train repairshop buildings, and it has become a privileged space for teaching, research, cultural development and social interaction among members of UNSAM’s community.

It has developed strong, research-led partnerships with a range of leading universities in the world: UNSAM has signed nearly 400 international agreements, which have resulted in various research projects, as well as students and teachers’ exchange programs. The University is constantly open to new partnerships based on academic exchanges, teaching, joint research projects, special programs and innovation with universities and institutions.


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