Established in 1988, Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB) is known for its academic rigor and excellence in research. More than 47,000 students are enrolled at UNAB campuses in Santiago, Viña del Mar and Concepción. UNAB is accredited by the Chilean National Commission for Accreditation, and it was the first private university in Chile to receive accreditation in research. UNAB is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), a regional accrediting agency in the United States. UNAB is one of only two universities in Latin America to have earned MSCHE accreditation. UNAB has received several grants for its World Bank-sponsored Millennium research institute. UNAB is a not-for-profit institution.
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UNAB students earn undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture and design, business administration, communication, ecology and natural resources, education, engineering and information technology, health sciences, hospitality, human sciences, law and maritime studies. Of special note are UNAB’s accredited doctoral and health sciences programs, medical school and Millennium Research Centers.
Universidad Andrés Bello is accredited through the Chilean National Commission for Accreditation. It was the first private university in Chile to be awarded accreditation in research.
Universidad Andrés Bello has received many awards and distinctions, including:
- The Institute for Scientific Information ranked UNAB as the top private university in Chile based on the number of scientific publications by faculty.
- Qué Pasa magazine ranked UNAB among Chile’s top three private undergraduate and graduate institutions.
- UNAB was recognized as Chile’s top private university and the fifth best overall (public or private), according to studies conducted by the Ipsos MORI market research firm and published in Barómetro de la Educación Superior.