Chilean Traditional Universities
In Chile, universidades tradicionales ("traditional universities") is the group of universities founded before the 1980s. It usually includes universities derived from traditional ones. A more precise term is Universidades del Consejo de Rectores (Universities of the Rectors' Council ).
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... These universities can be divided into two groups Properly traditional universities, the eight universities existing in 1981 Universidad de Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Pontificia Universidad Cat ... Derivative universities universities formed by separating a faculty or campus from a traditional one or by merging two campusses, one belonging to Universidad de Chile and the other, to Universidad Técnica del ... Currently, there are three types of universities, classified according to characteristics State-owned universities (universidades estatales) ...
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