ABOUT UAC

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UAC at a Glance

History

Originally established in Colombia and with more than 45 years in higher education, UAC is internationally renowned as a leading institution on the cutting edge of education. UAC boasts more than 50,000 alumni worldwide. The Miami Campus resembles and plans for our graduates embody the highest level of professionalism, thereby enabling them to flourish as global entrepreneurs and business leaders.

UAC opened the Miami, Florida Campus in August 2012. UAC Miami is devoted to excellence in education and the development of the future leaders and entrepreneurs. UAC is a unique institution that has charted distinct pathways to academic excellence from its inception. We aim to promote professionals whose core values represent global awareness, respect, entrepreneurship and social responsibility. UAC School of Global Management offers degree programs that focus in providing students with the conceptual models and tools necessary to analyze business opportunities and formulate entrepreneurial and managerial strategies.

Our Offer

  • Empower our students with skillsets that will enable them to meet the ever-increasing demands of the global market
  • Promote the transmission of ethical values and social responsibility
  • Develop ethical practices that are essential for professional growth
  • Promote dynamic learning processes based on a hand-on approach
  • Prepare students for the challenges present in the business world
  • Guide the students to attain goals and aspirations and forge them into the future business leaders that they have the potential to be

Colombia, South America:

Universidad Autónoma del Caribe has been in service for over four decades providing excellence in education across the Caribbean region of Colombia. The University has 25 Undergraduate Programs, 18 specializations, and 6 Masters Programs. It also has a Continuing Education Center, a Television Station (Channel 23), which also produces various T.V. programs for regional and international stations, a cultural radio station (Uniautonoma Radio), a soccer team (Uniautonoma FC), a sports center, and a sister academic center "School of Law" in Ocaña (North of Santander, Colombia).

Since its foundation, UAC has been committed to pioneering many educational processes and providing the highest level of education and professionalism. With ambitious projects in the areas of academics, culture, social involvement, and community, the university has highlighted great contributions, not only to Colombia, but also the Caribbean region.

UAC at a Glance
Typical Class Size: 10 to 12 students

Professors:
Undergraduate Degrees: 60% earned PhD
Graduate Degrees: 100% earned PhD

United States:

UAC opened the Miami, Florida Campus in August, 2012. It is devoted to excellence in education, research, and developing leaders and entrepreneurs who work in a global marketplace. Our faculty members are active in using multicultural and multinational teaching methods and research to create a unique global education system. For professionals and students who are excited about learning, UAC offers a one-of-a-kind global education experience. The University has five degree-granting programs in addition to Professional & Continuing Education Programs.

Colombia, South America:

Bringing together 25 Undergraduate Programs, 18 specializations, and 6 Masters Programs. It also has a Continuing Education Center, a Television Station (Channel 23), which also produces various T.V. programs for regional and international stations, a cultural radio station (Uniautonoma Radio), a soccer team (Uniautonoma FC), a sports center, and a sister academic center "School of Law" in Ocaña (North of Santander, Colombia).

Since its foundation, UAC has been committed to pioneering many educational processes and providing the highest level of education and professionalism. With ambitious projects in the areas of academics, culture, social involvement, and community, the university has highlighted great contributions, not only to Colombia, but also the Caribbean region.

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