The Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB) is a Chilean private university created in 1988. From 2003 until 2020, it was part of the Laureate International Universities group of private universities. Currently, it is supported by Fundación Educación y Cultura, a Chilean non-profit organization established with the sole purpose of contributing to the development of Chile through the promotion and improvement of higher education.

UNAB offers the undergraduate program Automation and Robotics Engineering, which was created on 2004 for been offered since 2005, with the first dissertations being presented at the end of 2008. Now the program is formed by more than 400 active students across different generations. UNAB has campus on 3 cities: one at Viña del Mar, one at Concepción and 6 at Santiago. LACORO will be held at Antonio Varas Campus (Santiago), which is solely destined for the Engineering Faculty and its undergraduate and graduate programs, with two buildings for classrooms and laboratories.

The University is easily accessible by public transportation and is located at Antonio Varas #880, Providencia. 23 km away from Santiago International Airport and 1km from Manuel Montt Metro Station.

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