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Top 10 Universities in Latin America 2018

If you are looking to study in one of the best universities in Latin America, then heading to Brazil might be your best bet according to the results of the 2017 Times Higher Education Latin America University Rankings. The country has an impressive 32 universities in the ranking of just over 80 universities in the region.Let's see which University In Latin America best suits you.
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If you are looking to study in one of the best universities in Latin America, then heading to Brazil might be your best bet according to the results of the 2017 Times Higher Education Latin America University Rankings. The country has an impressive 32 universities in the ranking of just over 80 universities in the region.

Let's see which University In Latin America best suits you.

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Consistently the highest-ranked university in Mexico, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) is ranked fourth in Latin America this year, and achieves the highest score in the whole index for academic reputation. Its main campus, Ciudad Universitaria (University City), built in a collaborative architectural design project in the 1950s, is so artistic that it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. UNAM has several other campuses in the metropolitan area of Mexico City and beyond, and has a huge student enrollment of 346,730.
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Consistently the highest-ranked university in Mexico, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) is ranked fourth in Latin America this year, and achieves the highest score in the whole index for academic reputation. Its main campus, Ciudad Universitaria (University City), built in a collaborative architectural design project in the 1950s, is so artistic that it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. UNAM has several other campuses in the metropolitan area of Mexico City and beyond, and has a huge student enrollment of 346,730.

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Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

Consistently the highest-ranked university in Mexico, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) is ranked fourth in Latin America this year, and achieves the highest score in the whole index for academic reputation. Its main campus, Ciudad Universitaria (University City), built in a collaborative architectural design project in the 1950s, is so artistic that it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. UNAM has several other campuses in the metropolitan area of Mexico City and beyond, and has a huge student enrollment of 346,730.

 
USP is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the region, ranking first in the index for web impact and second for four other indicators, including citations per faculty member. USP was founded in 1934 and is the largest university in Brazil, with around 95,000 students enrolled in 11 campuses, four of which are in São Paulo.
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USP is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the region, ranking first in the index for web impact and second for four other indicators, including citations per faculty member. USP was founded in 1934 and is the largest university in Brazil, with around 95,000 students enrolled in 11 campuses, four of which are in São Paulo.

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP)

USP is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the region, ranking first in the index for web impact and second for four other indicators, including citations per faculty member. USP was founded in 1934 and is the largest university in Brazil, with around 95,000 students enrolled in 11 campuses, four of which are in São Paulo.

 
Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) is located in São Paulo, which was featured among the top 100 cities for students in the QS Best Student Cities 2017. Unicamp is one of the younger universities in this list, having been founded in 1966. It receives the highest score in the entire Latin American ranking for the citations per faculty member indicator, a measure of a university’s research impact. Unicamp also ranks within the world’s top 50 universities to study agriculture & forestry and law.
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Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) is located in São Paulo, which was featured among the top 100 cities for students in the QS Best Student Cities 2017. Unicamp is one of the younger universities in this list, having been founded in 1966. It receives the highest score in the entire Latin American ranking for the citations per faculty member indicator, a measure of a university’s research impact. Unicamp also ranks within the world’s top 50 universities to study agriculture & forestry and law.

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Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp)

Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) is located in São Paulo, which was featured among the top 100 cities for students in the QS Best Student Cities 2017. Unicamp is one of the younger universities in this list, having been founded in 1966. It receives the highest score in the entire Latin American ranking for the citations per faculty member indicator, a measure of a university’s research impact. Unicamp also ranks within the world’s top 50 universities to study agriculture & forestry and law.

 
One of the oldest universities in Chile, UC was founded in 1888 and is one of six Catholic universities in the country. UC has four campuses in capital city Santiago and one in Villarrica, southern Chile, with almost 29,000 students enrolled in total, mostly at undergraduate level. UC currently ranks within the top 50 universities in the world to study law, agriculture, education, communication & media studies, religious studies, art & design and more.
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One of the oldest universities in Chile, UC was founded in 1888 and is one of six Catholic universities in the country. UC has four campuses in capital city Santiago and one in Villarrica, southern Chile, with almost 29,000 students enrolled in total, mostly at undergraduate level. UC currently ranks within the top 50 universities in the world to study law, agriculture, education, communication & media studies, religious studies, art & design and more.

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Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC)

One of the oldest universities in Chile, UC was founded in 1888 and is one of six Catholic universities in the country. UC has four campuses in capital city Santiago and one in Villarrica, southern Chile, with almost 29,000 students enrolled in total, mostly at undergraduate level. UC currently ranks within the top 50 universities in the world to study law, agriculture, education, communication & media studies, religious studies, art & design and more.

 
The Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (also known as Tec de Monterrey or simply ITESM) continues to climb in this year’s Latin American rankings, up from seventh to fifth. Although its main campus is in Monterrey, ITESM actually has a total of 31 campuses across 25 Mexican cities, with more than 98,000 students enrolled. ITESM is currently ranked in the global top 50 for business & management and art & design.
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The Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (also known as Tec de Monterrey or simply ITESM) continues to climb in this year’s Latin American rankings, up from seventh to fifth. Although its main campus is in Monterrey, ITESM actually has a total of 31 campuses across 25 Mexican cities, with more than 98,000 students enrolled. ITESM is currently ranked in the global top 50 for business & management and art & design.

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Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)

The Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (also known as Tec de Monterrey or simply ITESM) continues to climb in this year’s Latin American rankings, up from seventh to fifth. Although its main campus is in Monterrey, ITESM actually has a total of 31 campuses across 25 Mexican cities, with more than 98,000 students enrolled. ITESM is currently ranked in the global top 50 for business & management and art & design.

 
Universidad de Chile is located in Santiago and is the oldest university in Chile, founded in 1842. Today it has around 40,500 students enrolled at five campuses, making up over three million square meters of urban land. The university has educated 20 Chilean presidents and two Nobel Prize winners in its 175-year history, and is ranked as the 10th best university in the world to study mineral and mining engineering.
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Universidad de Chile is located in Santiago and is the oldest university in Chile, founded in 1842. Today it has around 40,500 students enrolled at five campuses, making up over three million square meters of urban land. The university has educated 20 Chilean presidents and two Nobel Prize winners in its 175-year history, and is ranked as the 10th best university in the world to study mineral and mining engineering.

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Universidad de Chile

Universidad de Chile is located in Santiago and is the oldest university in Chile, founded in 1842. Today it has around 40,500 students enrolled at five campuses, making up over three million square meters of urban land. The university has educated 20 Chilean presidents and two Nobel Prize winners in its 175-year history, and is ranked as the 10th best university in the world to study mineral and mining engineering.

 
Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) is ranked 2nd for both the Employer and Academic Reputation categories of the QS University Rankings: Latin America. One of the largest Latin American universities, with more than 120,000 students, UBA’s alumni include several Nobel Prize winners, Argentinian presidents and other notable figures such as revolutionary leader Che Guevara.
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Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) is ranked 2nd for both the Employer and Academic Reputation categories of the QS University Rankings: Latin America. One of the largest Latin American universities, with more than 120,000 students, UBA’s alumni include several Nobel Prize winners, Argentinian presidents and other notable figures such as revolutionary leader Che Guevara.

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Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA)

Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) is ranked 2nd for both the Employer and Academic Reputation categories of the QS University Rankings: Latin America. One of the largest Latin American universities, with more than 120,000 students, UBA’s alumni include several Nobel Prize winners, Argentinian presidents and other notable figures such as revolutionary leader Che Guevara.

 
Universidad de Los Andes Colombia (also called Uniandes) retains its position of eighth in the Latin American rankings this year, achieving its highest score for employer reputation (the eighth best in Latin America). Uniandes is located in Colombia’s capital, Bogotá, and was established in 1948 as the country’s first non-sectarian university. It now has around 19,100 students and welcomed a record number of international students (232) in 2017, many of whom are from Europe.
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Universidad de Los Andes Colombia (also called Uniandes) retains its position of eighth in the Latin American rankings this year, achieving its highest score for employer reputation (the eighth best in Latin America). Uniandes is located in Colombia’s capital, Bogotá, and was established in 1948 as the country’s first non-sectarian university. It now has around 19,100 students and welcomed a record number of international students (232) in 2017, many of whom are from Europe.

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Universidad de Los Andes Colombia

Universidad de Los Andes Colombia (also called Uniandes) retains its position of eighth in the Latin American rankings this year, achieving its highest score for employer reputation (the eighth best in Latin America). Uniandes is located in Colombia’s capital, Bogotá, and was established in 1948 as the country’s first non-sectarian university. It now has around 19,100 students and welcomed a record number of international students (232) in 2017, many of whom are from Europe.

 
Brazil’s oldest higher education institution, originally founded in 1792 as the Royal Academy of Artillery, Fortification and Design before gaining official university status in 1920. As well as offering an extensive range of courses, UFRJ is also responsible for several museums, hospitals and research institutes throughout Rio de Janeiro.
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Brazil’s oldest higher education institution, originally founded in 1792 as the Royal Academy of Artillery, Fortification and Design before gaining official university status in 1920. As well as offering an extensive range of courses, UFRJ is also responsible for several museums, hospitals and research institutes throughout Rio de Janeiro.

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Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)

Brazil’s oldest higher education institution, originally founded in 1792 as the Royal Academy of Artillery, Fortification and Design before gaining official university status in 1920. As well as offering an extensive range of courses, UFRJ is also responsible for several museums, hospitals and research institutes throughout Rio de Janeiro.

 
UNESP was established in 1976 and is one of the largest and most important Brazilian universities. As well as having its main campus in São Paulo, the university operates a total of 23 campuses in São Paulo state.
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UNESP was established in 1976 and is one of the largest and most important Brazilian universities. As well as having its main campus in São Paulo, the university operates a total of 23 campuses in São Paulo state.

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Universidade Estadual Paulista (UN

UNESP was established in 1976 and is one of the largest and most important Brazilian universities. As well as having its main campus in São Paulo, the university operates a total of 23 campuses in São Paulo state.

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