The National University of Misiones, U.Na.M., is an institution University of Public Law, independent academics and institutional and self-sufficient economically and financially. It adopts regionalized organization under provincial jurisdiction and conception decentralized operational.
It encourages the integration and interaction with related institutions, governmental and nongovernmental of the province and the region, national and international share or match your goals and objectives.
It supports within it the widest ideological, political pluralism and religious. Cloisters guarantees freedom of expression and petition within the framework of democratic principles and mutual respect.
It is a community in pursuit of excellence and quality based on institutional training and ongoing training of its members.
It performs its functions and activities in the framework of absolute respect for the environment guiding them towards the optimum human development.
It affirms and sustains its social relevance through all types of performance and relationships with different sectors of society, both province, region and country.
UNaM establishes its headquarters the main site on Campus Rector, National Route No. 12 km 7½ (seven and a half kilometer), Miguel Lanus city Posadas, Province of Misiones.It aims, in all areas and levels, to deepen the process of regional integration and globalization, giving participating in all initiatives that favor the development of the Mercosur region and the world.
UNaM as a patern of UMETECH project aims to promote women’s entrepreneurship and employability in the field of cultural heritage management and valorisation in Argentina by supporting women’s access to innovative and qualified higher education opportunities and providing start-up coaching.
The project promotes a concrete and sustainable change in the way HEIs exploit their third mission, enhancing their role as engine of the social and economic change at all levels by building an innovative education and training model and programs aimed to promote women’s self-employment, which are compatible in a greater design of sustainable growth and could be a real opportunity to enhance a primary role of women in several sectors of Latin-American economy.