Map of Colombia Colleges and Universities
List of Colombia Colleges and Universities
|Military University Nueva Granada||Av Calle 100 Bogota Bogota Colombia|
|National Pedagogic University||Calle 73 Bogota Bogota Colombia|
|Pedagogical and Technological University of Colombia||55 Tunja Boyaca Colombia|
|University of the Llanos||Villavicencio Meta Colombia|
|Tecnologico de Antioquia||Medellin Antioquia Colombia|
|Universidad de los Andes Bogota||Bogota Colombia|
|EAN University||Cajica Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Universidad del Norte||Santa Marta Magdalena Colombia|
|Colegio Agustiniano Ciudad Salitre||Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio Agustiniano Norte||Transversal 60 Bogota Bogota Colombia|
|Colegio Andino - Deutsche Schule||Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio Cafam||Bogota D.C. Bogota Colombia|
|Colegio Campo Alegre||Anapoima Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio Champagnat||Calle 40 # Cra 17 # 38b-51 Bogota Bogota Colombia|
|Colegio Clermont||Cra. 73 #213A-51 Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio Colombo Americano||Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio de la Presentacion Las Ferias||Carrera 69K Bogota D.C. Bogota Colombia|
|Colegio Santa Franscisca Romana||Carrera 16 Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Gimnasio Los Caobos||Vereda La Balsa via Guaymaral Chia Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Instituto Alberto Merani||Avda Cra 72 No. 181 - 90 Bogota Bogota 057 Colombia|
|Fundacion Nuevo Marymount||Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio de la Presentacion Sans Facon||Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio Militar Caldas||Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Colegio Santo Tomas de Aquino||Carrera 21 # Carrera 21 # 132 - 46 Bogota Cundinamarca Colombia|
|Gimnasio El Lago||Bogota Colombia|
Since the early 1960s, Colombia education has proliferated rapidly. Owing to the rapid increase in the public disbursements for education in the 1960s, education in Colombia developed rapidly.
According to the statistics, a quarter of expenditure made by the government of Colombia largely included the expenditure done for education. Moreover, the rapid urbanization of Colombia largely fostered the expansion in the educational system of Colombia. The rapid urbanization of Colombia also led to the modifications in the international laws.
These laws transferred the financial responsibility of primary education to the central government. In 1975, the responsibility of the secondary education was also shifted to the central government. This transfer in authority largely contributed towards enhancing the prospects of education at Colombia.
According to the statistics of 1996, the total number of students enrolled for higher education in Colombia was 644,188. Moreover, in 2001 the total secondary enrollment within the territory of Colombia is recorded to be about 53.5%.
Furthermore, talking about the education system of Colombia, it goes without mention that the Colombia education includes schools, colleges, universities and the technical institutions in Colombia. Some of the schools, colleges, universities and technical institutions that deserve special mention in this context are:
Graduate colleges and universities are the institutions in Colombia that offer graduate degree programs in various subjects such as science and technology, business, education, public administration, engineering, etc.
There are various graduate colleges and universities in Colombia. But among all, the most important are the following:
- Argosy University
- Universidad de Antioquia
- National University
- Universidad de Cordoba
- Universidad de los Andes
- Universidad del Valle
- Universidad Central
Nowadays, the graduate colleges and universities around Colombia also offer evening classes. These classes are mainly attended by people who belong to the working class. In the recent times, many of these graduate colleges and universities in Colombia have started offering post graduate, masters and doctorate degrees. These graduate colleges and universities at Colombia have their campuses spread across all over the nation. Argosy University has 18 campuses where it offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate degrees in various fields.
Moreover, nowadays, these graduate colleges and universities of Colombia are getting more and more tech savvy. National University of Colombia has been spreading education through Internet to reach the students of distant places. This university offers online distance learning facility in 35 of the 80 degree programs that it offers.