Universidad de Concepcion (Chile)

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The Universidad de Concepción (UdeC) is a private Chilean university founded in 1919 by Enrique Molina Garmendia. UdeC currently enrolls over 20,000 students in 18 faculties on 3 campuses: Concepción, Chillán, and Los Angeles. Universidad de Concepción’s website>>

Program of Studies on Social Responsibility

UDEC RSUThe Program of Studies on Social Responsibility was created by University decree for the purpose of formalizing the objectives and activities and provide continuity to the effort of expanding the Social Responsibility of the University (RSU). The RSU program is in keeping with the Strategic Plan of UdeC, which calls for university activity promoting "human and social development to improve the quality of life and reduce poverty" and training students to be socially aware. The Program for the Study of University Social Responsibility is defined as pluralistic and interdisciplinary. It permeates all faculties and touches on each of the three main dimensions of the university: teaching, research, and extension. Learn more about RSU at UdeC>>

UdeC Talent

UDEC Talent"UdeC Talent" is a program that seeks to provide extracurricular enrichment opportunities to enhance the development of academic talent and social integration for children and young people of the Province of Concepción, by teachers and researchers from the Universidad de Concepción. The model actively engages the young people’s parents and teachers so that the program complements their regular schoolwork. Learn more>>