University of Buenos Aires Ranking and Address

University of Buenos Aires Information

The University of Buenos Aires (Universidad de Buenos Aires – UBA) is a very large public university located in the capital city of Argentina. It attracts over three hundred thousand students who are catered for by nearly thirty thousand staff.

The university was first established in 1821 and is currently looked over by the rector Rubén E. Hallú.

University of Buenos Aires has thirteen different faculties and its strength in medicine is covered by it having six hospitals. The University of Buenos Aires is ranked as the best Argentinean educational establishment. The faculties offer study across the following broad subject areas: Agronomy; Architecture; Biochemistry; Dentistry; Design; Economics; Engineering; Exact Sciences; Law; Literature; Medicine; Natural Sciences; Pharmacy; Philosophy; Psychology; Social Sciences; and Veterinary medicine.

As Argentina’s largest and highest ranked university Buenos Aires has seen many notable people pass through it’s doors including four Nobel prize winners: Bernardo Houssay (Physiology); Carlos Saavedra Lamas (Peace); and Luis Federico Leloir (Chemistry) and César Milstein (Medicine). Other notable alummi include fourteen different presidents of Argentina including Agustín Pedro Justo; Luis Sáenz Peña; Ramón Castillo; and Eduardo Duhalde.

University of Buenos Aires Address

The University of Buenos Aires is located at the following address:
Viamonte 430 st.
Buenos Aires

Ranking and Quick Facts

Motto: Argentina Virtus Robur et Studium (English: Argentine virtue is strength and study).

University of Buenos Aires ranking
University world Ranking – Times 400 (UK)
= 264
University world Ranking – Jiaotong 500 (China)
151 to 202
America Rank (Jiaotong)
77 to 98
Universidad de Buenos Aires Facts
Students (Undergraduates / PG/ Total)
Faculty / Staff

Other well ranked universities and colleges in Central and South America include University of Sao Paulo, UNICAMP, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Universidade Estadual Paulista, University of Chile, and the National Autonomous University of Mexico.


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