Universidade Jean Piaget de Cabo Verde
|Established||7 May 2001|
|Rector||Wlodzimierz Szymaniak (interim)|
|General Administrator||Rosely Rocha|
The Jean Piaget University of Cape Verde (Portuguese : Universidade Jean Piaget de Cabo Verde) is a private university in Cape Verde The university is named after the famous Swiss child psychologist and philosopher Jean Piaget. The university was established on 7 May 2001, and now has about 2,000 students and 380 academic staff.
The main campus is in the capital city Praia (Palmarejo subdivision) on the island of Santiago, with a smaller second location in Mindelo on the island of São Vicente,opened in 2005. Jean Piaget University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as continuing education courses.
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