University of Nouakchott Al Aasriya

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University of Nouakchott
Université de Nouakchott Al Aasriya
جــامعة نواكشوط
Faculty of science and techniques, University of Nouakchott Al aasriya.jpg
TypePublic
Established1981
President Dr Cheikh Saad Bouh Kamara [1]
Students12000
Location,
Nouakchott
,
Campus5
Website http://www.una.mr

The University of Nouakchott Al Aasriya (French : Université de Nouakchott Al Aasriya, Arabic : جامعة نواكشوط) is a university in the city of Nouakchott, capital of Mauritania. [2]

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History

The university was created in July 2016 from the merger of the University of Science, Technology and Medicine and the University of Nouakchott, that was established in 1981 and has more than 12,000 students. [3]

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References

  1. "Université de Nouackott Al-Aasriya". Université de Nouackott Al-Aasriya (in French). Retrieved 2020-05-27.
  2. "Université de Nouackott Al-Aasriya". Université de Nouackott Al-Aasriya (in French). Retrieved 2020-05-27.
  3. "Université de Nouackott Al-Aasriya". Université de Nouackott Al-Aasriya (in French). Retrieved 2020-05-27.

Coordinates: 18°05′20″N15°58′02″W / 18.0890°N 15.9672°W / 18.0890; -15.9672