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Bolivia Universities for international Students

Universities offer courses of Bachelor’s, Masters and PhDs (Doctorado). There is a wide range of courses available. Usually, a Bachelor’s program will last between three to four years, a Master’s program between one to two, and a Ph.D. between two to four. Courses like Medicine, Architecture, or Theology might be structured as Integrated Master’s, where the first both cycles are merged into a single program.

There are also technical degrees, designed to allow students to start working sooner. The academic year runs for two semesters from the middle of February until the beginning of July and from the end of July until the end of November. Institutions in Bolivia use the CLAR credit system, used by most of the Latin American countries, where every academic year is awarded 60 credits.