National Technological UniversityThe National Technological University (, UTN) is a country-wide national university in Argentina, and considered to be among the top engineering schools in the country. Hosting over 75,000 students, its student body is comparable to Argentina's third-largest university (the National University of La Plata) and exceeded significantly only by the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) (over 300,000 students). It has 29 semi-independent branches of various sizes located all over the country.
The engineering programs taught at most of those locations are: *Aeronautical Engineering *Chemical Engineering *Civil Engineering *Electrical Engineering (program heavily focused on Power Systems Engineering) *Electronic Engineering (program oriented towards electronics and telecommunications engineering) *Industrial Engineering *Information Systems Engineering *Mechanical Engineering
It is the only national university in the country with a focus on engineering. Many of the available programs have an intermediate diploma as well, typically after completing up to the 3rd or 4th year (generally Analyst's and Technician's degrees). The university also offers a broad range of degrees at tertiary and postgraduate level, including those of Specialist, Master and Doctorate(PhD) in Engineering.
Due to its strongly federalized approach, it is the only university with campuses across the country, graduating almost 50% of the new engineers in Argentina.
Research and Development is conducted in 18 official centers. Some of the areas these centers specialize in are: Chemical Engineering, Information Technology, Energy research, Environmental Science, Robotics, Mechanics, and Construction Engineering. Provided by Wikipedia
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