جامعة الجزائر 3
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It was established in accordance with Executive Decree No. 09-341 of 22 October 2009 after the division of the University of Algiers to three universities (University of Algiers 1, University of Algiers 2 and University of Algiers 3).
The faculties and institute of the University of Algiers 3 are as follows:
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