Universidad Nororiental Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho

The beginnings of the private Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho Northeastern University (Universidad Nororiental Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho) date back to 1985, when Dr. Eduardo González Reyes, accompanied by other visionaries, promoted its creation, an effort that was materialized by Presidential Decree No. 1,511 published in the Official Gazette No. 33,692 dated April 3, 1987, which authorized its operation under the name of the Northeast University (UNOR), with the city of Barcelona, ​​Anzoátegui State, Venezuela as its main headquarters. The adoption of the name “Universidad Nororiental Privada Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho”, including the acronym UGMA, took shape in 1993 with the incorporation of the Promoter Civil Society of the University, chaired by Dr. Arístides Maza Tirado, who with the rest of the members , added the necessary effort in terms of management and motivation, which allowed reaching the degree of development that it presents today.

At that time (1993), the UGMA had careers in Dentistry, Economics and Maintenance Engineering, Industrial Mention, which integrated the Faculties of Dentistry, Economic and Social Sciences and Engineering, with the subsequent incorporation of Oral Health, Business Administration and Environmental Engineering and Natural Resources respectively. Later, on November 25, 1994, the creation of the Faculty of Law was approved and then, in 1996, the National Council of Universities (CNU) authorized the creation of the Nucleus of the Guayana Region, with headquarters in Ciudad Bolívar, Puerto Ordaz and San Felix. This process culminated in February 2000 when, after evaluating the facilities, the National Council of Universities (CNU) ratified the creation of the Nuclei of Anaco, Cumaná and Maturín. The founding Rector of the UGMA was Dr. Eduardo González Reyes, who gave way in 1993 to Dr. Genaro Mosquera Castellanos, who held the position until 1997, when Dr. Milton Granados Pomenta, with a long career in the highest UGMA’s position ends in December 2010, when he gives way to the current Rector, MSc Edgar Ortiz Ordaz, who previously held the positions of Academic Vice Rector and Administrative Vice Rector.

The UGMA is a relevant private educational institutional reference in contemporary Venezuela, since its community is made up of approximately 17,500 students, 1,100 teachers and 400 employees and workers, figures that maintain it as one of the main private universities in the country and definitely the most important from the east and the Guayana region. University Website: http://www.unpgma.edu.ve/

Universidad Nororiental Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho – Courses

  • Economic and Social Sciences 
  • Business Administration
  • Economy
  • Engineering 
  • Civil Engineering
  • Informatics Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Systems engineer
  • Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering
  • Construction Management Engineering
  • Maintenance Engineering Industrial Mention
  • Law
  • Dentistry 
  • Odontology
  • Postgraduate 
  • Specialization in Criminal Law and Criminology.

Universidad Nororiental Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho – Tuition Fees

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Address: 5888+FHM, Barcelona 6001, Anzoátegui, Venezuela

Phone: +58 281-6001137

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