National University of Lanus. Public university of Argentina with headquarters in the Buenos Aires town of Remedios de Escalada, in the district of Lanús, with the mission of contributing through the production and distribution of knowledge and scientific-technological innovations, to the economic, social and cultural development of the region.
It was created on June 7, 1995 by national law 24,496. He began his academic activity in a building at 568 Havana Street, in Valentín Alsina, loaned by the Meat Federation and later, 10 hectares of land in Remedios de Escalada, were transferred by National Laws No. 24750 and 24751. belonging to the workshops of the Roca line of the Argentine Railways. There were three sheds there, whose recycling work began in April 1998 and was inaugurated in October of the same year, and where the offices of the different departments and the classrooms of the careers of Food Technology, Social Work, Economics of Business and Nursing.
In 2005 it had an enrollment of 4,072 students. In 2004, it had 500 teachers, almost 6,000 students (an increase of 28% compared to 1999) and an assigned budget of $11,500,000.
In its statute it defines its primary mission to contribute through the production and distribution of knowledge and scientific-technological innovations, to the economic, social and cultural development of the region, in order to improve its quality of life and strengthen democratic values in the region. society as a whole, articulating universal knowledge with the knowledge produced by the community.
Degree courses and departments
- Political Science and Government
- Food Science and Technology
- Design and visual communication
- Industrial design
- Business economy
- Urban Environmental Management
- Educational Informatics (Complementation Cycle)
- Logistics Planning
- International relations
- Citizen security
- Railway Technologies
- Sworn translator in English Language
- Social work
- Educational Management (Complementation Cycle)
- Department of Planning and Public Policies
- Department of Productive and Technological Development
- Department of Humanities and Arts
- Community Health Department