University of Nusa Cendana

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University of Nusa Cendana
Universitas Nusa Cendana
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TypePublic
Established1 September 1962
Rector Prof. Ir. Fredrik L. Benu, M.Si., Ph.D.
Studentsover 20,000
Location, ,
Affiliations ASAIHL
Website www.undana.ac.id
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Entrance of Nusa Cendana University

The University of Nusa Cendana (Indonesian : Universitas Nusa Cendana) is a public university in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. It was established on September 1, 1962. Its rector is Prof. Ir. Fredrik L. Benu, M.Si., Ph.D.

Schools

The university has eight faculties:

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