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WELCOME TO

Universidad de los Andes

June 2012


Schools Universidad de los Andes has nine schools: Business Administration, Architecture and Design, Arts and Humanities, Science, Social Sciences, Law, Economics, Engineering, and

OVERVIEW

Medicine. It also has two centers that offer postgraduate programs: the Center for Research and Development in Education (CIFE) and an Interdisciplinary Center for Studies on Development (CIDER). Likewise, Universidad de los Andes has the first private school for public affairs, The Alberto Lleras Camargo School of Government, a tribute to a former president of Colombia, Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS),

and also a former president of our university.

Doctoral Programs Apart from the 18 doctoral programs, of which five are in areas of Engineering, Universidad de los Andes has 38 Master’s programs and 31 undergraduate programs. It also offers 39 post-graduate specialization programs. 22 of the 31 undergraduate programs (71%) have already been accredited by Colombia’s National Accreditation Council (CNA), and four programs are up for re-accreditation. Five of Uniandes’ most recent programs are either seeking CNA accreditation for the first time or they still don’t have an alumni cohort, which is a requirement to apply for accreditation.

“I Want to Study” (Quiero Estudiar) Scholarships 875 students have benefited from these scholarships that reward students with excellent academic achievement, who cannot afford quality higher education. The fund seeks to become a patrimonial fund that will benefit up to 1.200 students on a permanent basis.


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THE HISTORY BUILDING A NEW NATION

niversidad de los Andes was founded on November 16th, 1948 by a group of young men under the leadership of Mario Laserna Pinzón. It was the first private higher education institution in Colombia that was nondenominational and independent from traditional political parties, as well as from social or economic power groups. It was precisely due to these characteristics, that Universidad de los Andes was able to propitiate a visionary and avant-garde educational program, at a historical moment in Colombia, in which other private universities were

bound by political strife. Within this historical context, according to Francisco Pizano de Brigard, one of the founders and former president of the university, “Universidad de los Andes’ birth did not just spring from the desire to found another university, or from a purely educational interest, but from the intention of building a new country with the purpose of shaping and educating the new generations for a new nation.” This is the reason why Universidad de los Andes’ purpose continues to be that of providing a high quality education that will help to close the knowledge gap between Colombia and the latest and most advanced scientific knowledge available in the world. From its onset, Universidad de los Andes established agreements with the universities of Illinois, Pittsburgh, and Texas so that its students could study abroad. This was a very innovative program at that time. With this vision – that would later be adopted by other Colombian universities as well – Universidad de los Andes began its work in 1949 with seven programs, 79 students, and 16 professors.


MISSION A COMMITMENT WITH THE NATION

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niversidad de los Andes is an autonomous, independent, and innovative institution that fosters pluralism, tolerance, and respect for ideas. It aims for academic excellence while providing rigorous critical and ethical character development, in order to enhance in all students an awareness of their social and citizenship responsibilities, as well as a firm commitment to the society. The university’s student body, in an environment of interdisciplinary and flexible integral character development, becomes the chief agent of the educational process. A highly skilled, knowledgeable, and prestigious faculty facilitates the development of an outstanding academic and professional life project that supports research, contributes to the development of the country, and transcends its geographical boundaries.


Schools Business Administration

Programs

Undergraduate

Administration

Master

Doctoral

8*

Finances

Universidad de los Andes is the only Colombian university within the top 450 universities of the world, according to the QS 2010 (World University Ranking). According to the QS Ranking for Latin America, Universidad de los Andes is the sixth best university of this continent. Universidad de los Andes’ School of Business Administration is within the one percent (1%) of business schools in the world that has the triple accreditation of AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA. Universidad de los Andes is the only Colombian private university with national accreditation for nine years, since 2005.

UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE

PROGRAMS

Marketing Environmental Management Architecture and Design

Arts and Humanities

Architecture

9

Design

8

Art

8

History of Art

8

Literature

8

Music

Sciences

Social Sciences

8/10

Biology

8

Microbiology

8

Physics

8

Geosciences

8

Mathematics

8

Chemistry

8

Anthropology

8

Political Science

8

Philosophy

8

Geography History

8

Languages and Sociocultural Studies

8

Psychology

8

Clinical and Health Psychology Law Law

10

International Law Private Law Public Law for Business Management

Economics

Engineering

Medicine

Economics

8

Environmental

8

Biomedical

8

Civil

8

Electrical

8

Electronics

8

Industrial

8

Mechanical

8

Chemical

8

Systems and Computers

8

Medicine

12

Center for Research and Development Education in Education (C.I.F.E.) Interdisciplinary Center for Studies in Development (C.I.D.E.R.)

Interdisciplinary Studies on Development

School of Government

Public Policies

Medicine

Public Health

* The number on the boxes corresponds to the number of semesters in each program

International Accreditation National Accreditation In the process of renewing national accreditation most recent programs are either seeking CNA accreditation for the first time

Active In acreditation process


There are 587 full-time professors. This number has increased by 51% between 2002 and the first semester of 2011. In 2002 there were only 389.

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

60% of the faculty holds doctoral degrees. This percentage is the biggest in the country. It has increased significantly in the past eight years (it was only 39% in 2002) and it is above the national average of 14%. Moreover, at present, 105 professors are working on their doctoral degrees within the university´s faculty development program. There are 12.497 undergraduate students. When they presented their state exams, 82% of the students that had enrolled at Universidad de los Andes for the first semester of 2011, fell within the top 5% with the highest scores in the standardized tests administered by ICFES (Colombian Institute for Educational Assessment) to all students who graduate from high school. Of the total number of students enrolled at Universidad de los Andes, 30% come from schools outside the capital city of Bogotå. There are 276 doctoral students and 2.515 students are working a Master’s degree. 78% of the doctoral students are receiving financial help in the form of scholarships or discounts.


2002 M

S/U

Total

D

M

S/U

Total

D

M

S/U

Business Administration

13

25

2

40

21

23

4

47

27

17

4

48

6

9

15

10

7

17

2

18

7

26

Total

Design

2

10

12

8

7

15

20

2

22

Architecture and Design

8

19

27

18

14

32

2

38

9

48

Arts

5

4

8

1

10

3

14

4

13

1

18

5

3

13

5

3

4

12

13

1

1

15

2

7

9

6

6

11

3

9

6

18

2

2

4

Humanities and Literature

THE FACULTY A LIFE PROJECT

2011

D

Architecture

Universidad de los Andes has systematically been increasing the number of faculty members who hold doctoral degrees in the past decade. In 2002 only 39% had doctoral degrees. In 2005 the number had increased to 45% and, in 2011 it had reached 60%.

2005

School/Department

5

Music Journalism Arts and Humanities

5

12

13

30

6

19

Biological Sciences

8

11

1

20

12

Physics

16

1

1

18

18

Mathematics

17

7

11

34

19

9

Chemistry

3

4

7

7

Sciences

44

23

13

79

Anthropology

5

4

2

11

Political Science

9

3

12

9

Philosophy

3

2

History

6

4

Languages and Social Studies

4

6

Psychology

8

4

Social Sciences

35

21

CIDER

3

4

1 1

12

37

20

25

9

54

12

24

21

7

1

29

2

20

23

1

13

40

33

13

5

51

1

1

9

8

1

1

10

56

23

14

93

85

21

7

113

11

4

2

17

12

2

3

1

13

10

2

1

13

6

4

3

6

8

3

10

8

4

11

15

1

16

11

6

8

12

6

5

60

43

26

4

3

1

15

7

6

11

15

2

73

69

2

7

4

2 4

14

5

22

9

20

5

3 15

3 1

7

6

1

2

7

6

33

14

16

School of Government 2

Economics

9

10

3

21

21

12

Civil and Environmental Engineering

5

10

3

18

5

13

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

10

4

1

15

12

5

Industrial Engineering

10

20

30

13

14

Mechanical Engineering

7

5

12

7

6

Chemical Engineering

2

4

Computer Sciences (Systems) Engineering

7

16

1

3

41

58

5

2

35

26

7

18

13

11

1

25

1

18

18

2

2

22

1

28

13

12

4

13

13

3

8

11

7

4

11

22

15

8

1

1

2

3

110

80

42

6

11

475

350

187

44

60%

32%

8%

Medicine

3

6

28 16

2

57

1

33

11 50

33 4

7

104

8

2

23

Schools’ Deanship

87 13

4

Students’ Deanship

15 16

3 4

CIFE

Engineering

14

10

Schools’ Deanship

Law

24

11 2

25

9

131

5 11

Other Units Total

151

174

63

Percentage

39%

45%

16%

D = Ph.D.

389

M = Master’s Degree S/U = Specialization/ Undergraduate

216

202

57

45%

43%

12%

581


STUDENTS COMMITTED, WELL-ROUNDED


STUDENTS COMMITTED, WELL-ROUNDED Doctoral Students

Master’s Students

300

3.000

276 243

250

70 67

125

12 11

61

105 79

90

84

51

50

41 3 6

0

48

48

6 4 4 8 14

7 7

8 7 11 12

5 7 12

53

12

8 3 4 6 6 5 9

11

10

11

18

15

17

16

2007-1

2007-2

2008-1

2008-2

2009-1

2009-2

2010-1

Law

Political Science

Anthropology

Sciences- Physics

19

Psychology Sciences-Biology

21 18 20

2.451

2.515

18

20

20

25

23

20

2010-2

2011-1

2011-2

History Business Administration

1.519

1.611

1.986

1.546

1.500

1.000

7 26

14

21

18

Economics

7

26

17

Mathematics

20

15

16

18

Engineering

14

11 15 5 13

4 6 16

16

15

14

14 5 12

13 5 10 9

10

13

Students

61

150

100

33 31

1.921

2.000

183 169

2.572 2.366

80

214 200

2.462

2.500

500

0 2007-1

2007-2

2008-1

2008-2

2009-1

2009-2

2010-1

2010-2

2011-1

Engineering

General Exchange Studies

School of Government

Economics

CIFE-Education

Law

CIDER

Social Sciences

Sciences

Arts and Humanities

Architecture

Business Administration

2011-2


RESEARCH

There are 128 categorized/ranked research groups. The categorization or ranking is done by Colciencias (Colombia´s Administrative Department of Science, Technology and Innovation- . Of these 128 groups, 18 have been classified as A1 (in 2009, only eight groups were ranked in this group).

There are 306 documents on the Scopus Data Base. According to the Atlas of Science, in Colombia, Universidad de los Andes is the third institution in scientific production of the country. This ranking is based on the information that appears on the Scopus Data Base. There are 230 national and international agreements with educational and research institutions both within the national territory and abroad. These agreements comprise diverse areas and help foster students´, professors´ and researchers´ mobility. There are 10.168 families that are being surveyed by ELCA - Encuesta Longitudinal Colombiana de la Universidad de los Andes. This is the largest and most comprehensive economic, social, and cultural longitudinal study ever done in this country. Among other things, it seeks to gauge the degree to which the dynamics of the market economy affect individual households.


Documents and Citations on the Information Sciences Institute 3.000

400 360 340

350

2.517

2.500

300

200

2.000

1.905

234 1.524

180

1.500

150 119

110

100

699

81

67

64

56

1.000

937

502

500

50

0

17

2001

81

2002

152

228

0 2003

2004

2005

2006

Number of Documents

2007 Citations

2008

2009

2010

Citations

Documents

250


CAMPUS

There are 154.459 square meters of construction. For December 2012, the building space has been projected to 158.427 square meters. There are 144 laboratories for research and learning. Of these, 62 can be found in the School of Sciences, and 15 belong to the Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering. There are 2.129 computers in public classrooms. The ratio is 17,1 computers per 100 students at the undergraduate level. There are 53 different sports disciplines in Physical Education. These include several university teams for tournaments and competitions, and others for free practice. In 2010 there were 5.037 students enrolled in these courses. The Sports Center has 6.626 square meters of construction.


D-4

Aulas Entrance

G-3

La Gata Golosa Entrance Mario Laserna Bulding Entrance

B-7

Julio Mario Santo Domingo Entrance

B-9

Center for Practice Medical School Entrance

H-2

BUILDINGS AND HOUSES

Publications and Titles Available for Consultation Collection in Number of Titles Books Printed Books Electronic Books Audiovisual Materials Periodicals Current Printed Periodicals Current Electronic Periodicals* Uncirculated Periodicals Publications Data Bases Universidad de los Andes Theses** Printed Theses Electronic Theses Microfilm Theses

2006 160.820 160.807 13 7.833 3.985 1.136 102 2.747 39 25.181 18.661 4.941 22.853

2007 174.226 174.180 46 10.162 4.122 1.195 103 2.824 56 27.221 18.667 6.093 24.882

2008 204.187 191.642 12.545 11.940 9.481 1.240 5.375 2.866 73 29.415 18.669 7.176 26.948

2009 230.084 213.834 16.250 14.219 87.882 1.643 79.921 6.318 86 31.702 18.713 8.016 29.167

*Current printed periodicals in e-form, reported for 2009, include those in the data bases to which the university has subscribed. **Theses titles may be found in more than one format.

2010 260.956 238.545 22.411 15.942 120.897 1.694 112.936 6.267 89 34.082 18.834 8.689 31.036

2011 286.305 253.823 32.482 18.160 70.908 2.116 62.349 6.443 110 36.527 18.924 9.291 32.379

BLOCK

BUILDING

GRID

A Au Au02 Au03 Au04 Au05 Au06 B C Ch Cp D E Es F F1 G/Gb Ga H I/Ip J K K1 K2 L La Ll M M1 Mj ML N Ña Ñb/Ñd Ñe Ñf Ñg Ñh Ñi Ñj Ñk Ñl Ñn Ño Ñv O P P1 Pu Q R Rga Rgb Rgc S Sd S1 T Tm Tr Tx U V W X Y Z

Department of Biological Sciences School of Government – Continuous Education Anthropological House Consultantship Consultantship Communications and Trademarks’ Office Publishers B Building School of Social Sciences Hermes – DTI (Office of Information Technology) Center for Practice Medical School Department of Philosophy and Anthropology Architecture Workshop Espinosa House Economics Satellite Library Legal Consultantship – Spanish Department Roberto Franco Building Sports Center Mathematics Department Physics Department McCarthy Building Department of Architecture Floor Plan Reception Room Department of Languages and Socio-Cultural Studies School of Business Administration Alberto Lleras Camargo Building Department of Biological Sciences Genetics Nuns (Human Resources and Development Office) Mario Laserna Building Central Cafeteria Little Pink House History Department Salmon-colored House Students’ Deanship Day Care-Pre School Internal Audit/Occupational Health Store Anthropology Lab Triangle House Banner Purchases and Supplies Photography Laboratory Callejas Henri Yerli Building Department of Design Planning and Assessment Office El Pulguero Q Block (Medicine/Chemistry) Richard Pedro Navas Building DTI (Office of Information Technology) Law School Art Department Julio Mario Santo Domingo Building Design Workshop Architecture Classrooms Classrooms Tramonti Art Building The Chapel (Architecture Satellite Library) El Campito Carlos Pacheco Devia Building Villa Paulina LIA (Anatomy Research Lab) El Galpón

G-5 E-8 F-8 F-8 F-8 F-8 F-8 F-5 E-5 G-6 H-2 F-5 E-5 D-8 E-5 E-5 G-6 C-2 H-5 G-4/H-4 G-5 D-4 E-4 D-5 F-6 G-8 E-6 H-5 H-5 F-7 C-6 F-4 H-6 H-6 I-6 H-6 I-7 H-7 J-7 I-5 I-6 G-8 I-6 C-8 I-7 F-4 E-4 D-4 I-7 G-4 C-4 F-7 F-6 E-6 C-4 B-8 C-5 D-4 D-4 C-3 D-4 C-4 D-5 D-5 B-4 D-6 E-7


ENTRANCES Pedro Navas Building Entrance

G-7

Roberto Franco Building Entrance

H-7

18th Street Entrance

H-7

Lleras and Carlos Pacheco Devia Buildings’ Entrance

D-6

Paseo Bolívar Entrance

D-4

Aulas Entrance

G-3

La Gata Golosa Entrance

UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES’ GRID MAP Julio Mario Santo Domingo Entrance Mario Laserna Bulding Entrance

B-7 B-9 H-2

Center for Practice Medical School Entrance

GENERAL VIEW

BUILDINGS AND HOUSES BLOCK

BUILDING

GRID

Department of Biological Sciences A School of Government – Continuous Education Au Anthropological House Au02 Consultantship Au03 Consultantship Au04 Communications and Trademarks’ Office Au05 Publishers Au06 B Building B School of Social Sciences C Hermes – DTI (Office of Information Technology) Ch Center for Practice Medical School Cp Department of Philosophy and Anthropology D Architecture Workshop E Espinosa House Es Economics Satellite Library F Legal Consultantship – Spanish Department F1 Roberto Franco Building G/Gb Sports Center Ga Mathematics Department H Physics Department I/Ip McCarthy Building J Department of Architecture K Floor Plan K1 Reception Room K2 Department of Languages and Socio-Cultural Studies L School of Business Administration La Alberto Lleras Camargo Building Ll Department of Biological Sciences M Genetics M1 Nuns (Human Resources and Development Office) Mj Mario Laserna Building ML Central Cafeteria N Little Pink House Ña History Department Ñb/Ñd Salmon-colored House Ñe Students’ Deanship Ñf Day Care-Pre School Ñg Internal Audit/Occupational Health Ñh Store Ñi Anthropology Lab Ñj Triangle House Ñk Banner Ñl Purchases and Supplies Ñn Photography Laboratory Ño Callejas Ñv Henri Yerli Building O Pedro Navas Building Entrance G-7 Department of Design P Planning and Assessment Office P1 Roberto Franco Building Entrance El Pulguero Pu H-7 Q Block (Medicine/Chemistry) Q 18th Street Entrance R Richard H-7 Pedro Navas Building Rga Lleras and Carlos Pacheco DTI (OfficeEntrance of Information Technology) Rgb Devia Buildings’ D-6 Law School Rgc Paseo Bolívar Entrance S Art Department D-4 Julio Mario Santo Domingo Building Sd Aulas Entrance Design Workshop S1 G-3 Architecture Classrooms T La Gata Golosa Entrance Classrooms Tm Tramonti Tr B-7 Mario Laserna Bulding Tx Entrance Art Building The Chapel (Architecture Satellite Library) U B-9 Julio Mario Santo Domingo Entrance El Campito V Carlos Pacheco Devia Building W H-2 Center for Practice Medical School Entrance Villa Paulina X LIA (Anatomy Research Lab) Y El Galpón Z

ENTRANCES

BUILDINGS AND HOUSES BLOCK A Au Au02

BUILDING Department of Biological Sciences School of Government – Continuous Education Anthropological House

GRID G-5 E-8 F-8

G-5 E-8 F-8 F-8 F-8 F-8 F-8 F-5 E-5 G-6 H-2 F-5 E-5 D-8 E-5 E-5 G-6 C-2 H-5 G-4/H-4 G-5 D-4 E-4 D-5 F-6 G-8 E-6 H-5 H-5 F-7 C-6 F-4 H-6 H-6 I-6 H-6 I-7 H-7 J-7 I-5 I-6 G-8 I-6 C-8 I-7 F-4 E-4 D-4 I-7 G-4 C-4 F-7 F-6 E-6 C-4 B-8 C-5 D-4 D-4 C-3 D-4 C-4 D-5 D-5 B-4 D-6 E-7


COMMUNICATIONS AND  TRADEMARKS’ OFFICE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE INTERNAL RELATIONS’  OFFICE

BOARD OF GOVERNORS CEO DEVELOPMENT  OFFICE

PUBLIC RELATIONS’  OFFICE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ALUMNI/GRADUATES  (EGRESADOS)

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PLANNING AND  ASSESSMENT OFFICE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

HUMAN RESOURCES AND  DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

VICE-PRESIDENT FOR  ADMINISTRATIVE AND  FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

INTERNAL AUDIT

VICE-PRESIDENT FOR  RESEARCH (INVESTIGATIONS)

ACADEMIC COUNCIL  

UNIANDES’ PUBLICATIONS

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT  OFFICE

OFFICE OF  INFORMATION  TECHNOLOGY

FLOOR PLAN/BUILDING  MANAGEMENT  OFFICE

ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT  OFFICE

ACCOUNTING AND BUDGET

MEDICAL AND  OCCUPATIONAL  HEALTH DEPARTMENT

TREASURY

PURCHASES AND SUPPLIES SECURITY AND  GENERAL SERVICES

STUDENTS’ FINANCIAL   SUPPORT OFFICE

SCHOOL OF  BUSINESS  ADMINISTRATION

SCHOOL OF  ARCHITECTURE  AND DESIGN

DEPARTMENT OF  ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT  OF DESIGN RESEARCH CENTER FOR  THE SCHOOL OF  ARCHITECTURE AND  DESIGN (CIFAD)

SCHOOL OF  THE ARTS AND  HUMANITIES

SCHOOL OF  SCIENCES

DEPARTMENT OF ART DEPARTMENT OF  HUMANITIES AND  LITERATURE DEPARTMENT  OF MUSIC CENTER FOR  JOURNALISM STUDIES  (CEPER)

UNIANDES BOOKSTORE DEPARTMENT OF  BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT  OF PHYSICS DEPARTMENT  OF MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT  OF CHEMISTRY

CHECKED BY  

VICE-PRESIDENT FOR  ADMINISTRATIVE AND  FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

APPROVED BY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Minute No. 50 - 12

DATE

21

03

2012

S SOC


ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

LEGAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE SECRETARY GENERAL DOCUMENTS’  MANAGEMENT OFFICE

REGISTRAR AND ADMISSIONS  MANAGEMENT OFFICE LIBRARIES’ SYSTEM  MANAGEMENT OFFICE

VICE-PRESIDENT OF  ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

CONTINUOUS EDUCATION  MANAGEMENT OFFICE

SCHOOL OF  SOCIAL SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF LAW 

DEPARTMENT OF  ANTHROPOLOGY

SCHOOL OF  ECONOMICS

SCHOOL OF  ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT OF  POLITICAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF  PHILOSOPHY

DRUGS AND  SECURITY CENTER

DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGES  AND SOCIOCULTURAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF  PSYCHOLOGY CENTER FOR SOCIOCULTURAL  AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES  (CESO)

CENTER FOR SOCIO-JUDICIAL  INVESTIGATIONS AND  RESEARCH (CIJUS) LEGAL ADVICE/COUNSEL

INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTER FOR  STUDIES ON  DEVELOPMENT (CIDER)

SCHOOL OF  GOVERNMENT

CENTER FOR RESEARCH  AND DEVELOPMENT IN  EDUCATION (CIFE)

STUDENTS’ DEANSHIP

CULTURAL CENTER CENTER FOR STUDIES  ON ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT (CEDE)

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL

DEPARTMENT OF  BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING SPORTS’ OFFICE

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

CENTER FOR  CAREER  DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL    AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL    ENGINEERING

COUNSELING CENTER

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL   ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL  ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF SYSTEMS AND  COMPUTER ENGINEERING CENTER FOR ADVANCED  COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY  IN ENGINEERING (MOX) RESEARCH CENTER FOR THE  SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (CIFI)


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Universidad de los Andes Carrera 1ª N° 18A-12 Bogotá, Colombia Telephones: (571) 3394949 - (571) 3394999 e-mail: infofcom@unaindes.edu.co www.uniandes.edu.co Publication Date: June 2012 Data: Planning and Assessment Management Office of Universidad de los Andes, 2011-2 Graphic concept, design, and formatting by the Communications and Trademarks’ Office. Respectfully Submitted and Translated By: Rebeca Donoso Palacios Bogotá, Colombia March 7th, 2012

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