University of Aruba Research Centre

About University of Aruba Research Centre

The University of Aruba (UA) has catered to the higher educational needs of Aruba for 35 years and has contributed to the educational formation of a number of professionals occupying key positions in the Aruban economy. The university’s physical facilities have grown right alongside the community it serves and, like Aruba, the UA is an active participant on the international scene, partnered with major international universities, as well as a proud recipient of the Erasmus+ grant for students and staff mobility. The possibilities for staff and students are therefore amplified with international experience. For the lifelong learners within our community, the UA provides continuous education for holistic human development and personal growth. The UA welcomes students from all walks of life. From continuing education to PhD programs in select faculties – the UA has something for everyone. Come and see how much you can achieve at the UA.

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