UNAM, the best in Latin America

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UNAM, the most prominent university in Latin America according to UniRank
The UNAM's central library - Photo: Yadin Xolalpa/EL UNIVERSAL
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The UNAM, the National Autonomous University of Mexico, has been named as the best University in Latin America by UniRank.

UniRank is an international higher education directory featuring reviews and rankings of over 13,600 Universities and Colleges in 200 countries.

The UNAM explained that the purpose of the ranking is to “provide a list of the most renown universities in Latin America.”

The ranking is based on “valid, unbiased and non-influenceable web metrics provided by independent web intelligence sources rather than data submitted by the Universities themselves.”

UniRank claims that the aim of the ranking is to publish the “2019 Latin American University Ranking of the top 200 recognized higher-education institutions in Latin America.

The UNAM is the most prestigious university in Mexico, Latin America, and all over the world. It was over 45,000 students and 5,000 teachers.

Considered as the largest university in Mexico and Latin America, the UNAM was founded in 1910. Among its former students are three Nobel prizes: Alfonso García Robles, who was awarded the Peace prize in 1982; Octavio Paz won the Literature prize in 1990, and Mario Molina, who was awarded the Chemistry prize in 1995.

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