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Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina

Pontificia Universidad Catolica Argentina is a private university with branches in several cities of Argentina. Its main seat is in Buenos Aires, and there are faculties in Parana, Rosario and Mendoza.

The university was first projected during the assembly of the Argentine Episcopacy in 1956, after the passing of a law-decree that authorized the creation of private universities. It was founded officially on 7 March 1958 (on the holiday of St. Thomas Aquinas), under the advocation of Santa Maria de los Buenos Aires (Saint Mary of the Fair Winds).


In Buenos Aires

Social and Economic Sciences


Political Sciences and International Relations

Arts and Musical Sciences


Philosophy and Letters

Psychology and Education

Agrarian Sciences


Canon Law

Medical Sciences

Social Communication

In Parana



Political Sciences and International Relations

In Rosario

Law and Social Sciences

Economic Sciences

Chemistry and Engineering

In Mendoza

Economic Sciences


See also

Emilio Komar


Official website.

Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente (CEHAO)

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