Universidad ORT Uruguay

Cuareim 1451, Montevideo

  • #=471 QS Global World Ranking
  • PrivateStatus
  • HighResearch Output
  • 4,008Total Students
  • 620Faculty
  • 62Int'l Students

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Universidad ORT Uruguay is a non-profit private university that grants undergraduate (20+), post-graduate (20+) and associate degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Biotechnology, Business and Management, Economics, International Relations, Design, Animation, Communication, and Education.

Over 11,000 (full and part-time) students attend five major schools and institutes located in 2 urban locations: Downtown Campus and Pocitos Campus. 

Courses are mostly taught in Spanish.

ORT has over 180 collaboration partnerships with prestigious universities worldwide and maintains its global engagement through collaborative teaching and research, academic mobility for students and staff, and networks' participation.

ORT co-founded Uruguay's first technology-based business incubator and supports new ventures creation across the Schools through its own Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

In the last three years, 97% of its undergraduates were employed.

The university is a member of main international academic associations and part of World ORT, an international educational network founded by the Jewish community of St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1880.

ORT was founded in Uruguay as a technical-vocational school in 1942.

About

Universidad ORT Uruguay is a non-profit private university that grants undergraduate (20+), post-graduate (20+) and associate degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Biotechnology, Business and Management, Economics, International Relations, Design, Animation, Communication, and Education.

Over 11,000 (full and part-time) students attend five major schools and institutes located in 2 urban locations: Downtown Campus and Pocitos Campus. 

Courses are mostly taught in Spanish.

ORT has over 180 collaboration partnerships with prestigious universities worldwide and maintains its global engagement through collaborative teaching and research, academic mobility for students and staff, and networks' participation.

ORT co-founded Uruguay's first technology-based business incubator and supports new ventures creation across the Schools through its own Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

In the last three years, 97% of its undergraduates were employed.

The university is a member of main international academic associations and part of World ORT, an international educational network founded by the Jewish community of St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1880.

ORT was founded in Uruguay as a technical-vocational school in 1942.

Available programs

University highlights

QS World University Ranking

  • 2012
    #451- 500
  • 2021
    #=462
  • 2022
    #=471

Ranking criteria

25.1
Overall
11.3
Academic Reputation
18.4
Employer Reputation
89.5
Faculty Student Ratio
1.2
Citations per Faculty
8.6
International Faculty Ratio
2
International Students Ratio

Student & Staff

Total students
4,008

15%
85%

International students
62

45%
55%

Total faculty staff
620

71
549

Total students
4,008

15%
85%

International students
62

45%
55%

Total faculty staff
620

549
71
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Campus locations

Centro,

Cuareim 1451 , Montevideo , Montevideo , Uruguay , 11100

Pocitos,

Bvar. España 2633 , Montevideo , Montevideo , Uruguay , 11300

English language requirements