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The oldest university in the country in operation is the Universidad de Chile, founded in Santiago in 1842. The oldest university created outside the capital is the Universidad de Concepción, founded in Concepción in 1919, which was also the first private university to belong to the Rector’s Council. Despite the above, there were other institutions with university ranks in the past, such as the Escuela de Minas de Copiapó, founded in 1857, which later became the Universidad de Atacama. The first university in Chile was the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, founded on August 19, 1622 by the Dominican Order.[1] Of all the universities in Chile, only the University of Atacama was founded in 1857.

Of all the universities in Chile, only a few manage to appear in international rankings such as the Academic Ranking of World Universities (Shanghai), the QS World University Rankings or the Times Higher Education (THE). These universities are shown below.

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This Area promotes the activities of the different Guidance and Tutorial Action Plans to be developed by the University of Seville’s own centers. The implementation of the different POATs, which include information, guidance and tutoring activities aimed at potential students, enrolled students and graduates, forms a network of resources adapted to the idiosyncrasies of each center and to the differences of our students.

In particular, the Student Fair and Ferisport and the Postgraduate Fair are annual events attended by thousands of interested parties during their celebration. At these events, prospective students at these levels have the opportunity to get to know our degrees first hand, as well as our wide range of services and opportunities to participate in university life.

The Faculty of Education Sciences has a web page that includes relevant information about the center, the degrees and the activities that are developed (such as internships and international relations agreements) that is continually updated.


Statistical pedagogical model for administrative and academic decision making with an impact on the continuous improvement of university students’ performance, based on CUR selection methods.

For this purpose, 36 scales with their 180 latent dimensions or factors constructed with more than 1000 response items and 18 additional questions are considered, including a module of sociodemographic variables made up of 15 variables. From all this data record, more than 200 variables and dimensions are obtained, which are normally used to explain the academic performance of university students worldwide.

Therefore, the objective of this research is to study the relationship between five academic performance indicators and a total of 200 variables, with the purpose of explaining the academic performance of university students and forming a statistical model that supports academic and administrative management.

The third stage corresponds to a “Psychographic and academic characterization of the students of the Universidad Estatal a Distancia, Costa Rica with the relevant variables” to continue later with stage 4 in which the “Construction of the pedagogical statistical model” is carried out by determining the Fischer discriminant equations and classification criteria, finally stage 5 corresponds to the “Creation of the statistical model in a mobile application for students” immediately available to university students.


GDP expenditure for education is 4.3%, one of the lowest in Latin America;[3][4] literacy is 94%. With approximately 1,750,000 students in the three educational levels (primary, secondary and tertiary), the gross enrollment rate reached 76 % in 2007, making the educational Human Development Index reach 0.884.

During the presidency of Alfredo Stroessner (1954-1989), educational initiatives shifted to economic issues and the task of controlling political opponents, and teachers’ salaries fell to extremely low levels. The 1992 constitution attempted to remedy the long neglect of education. Article 85 of the constitution requires that 20% of the government budget be designated for educational expenses. This measure, however, has proven to be impractical and has been largely ignored.[6] In 2003, Paraguay had a very low rate of education dropout.

In 2003, Paraguay had an estimated literacy rate of 94%, with very little differential between men and women (95% and 93%, respectively). Illiteracy rates exceed the national average in rural areas. The 2001 census found that 15 percent of women and 10 percent of men living in rural areas were illiterate.

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