UNSAM is a national, public, and free university created in 1992.
It offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduates careers, both in the field of Human and Social Sciences and in the Exact and Natural Sciences.
More than 65% of its resources are destined to the areas of science and technology. With the focus on joint work policies, it maintains relationships with agencies that promote scientific research and technology transfer.
Its alliances with the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET), the National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA), the National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI), and the National Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA), among others, improve its theoretical production, the development of their research and the training of human resources.
Among his achievements, they include the cloning of a bitransgenic bovine for the production of milk similar to the human one and the restoration of the mural Plastic Exercise, by David Alfaro Siqueiros. UNSAM also has its own publishing house (exceeding 100 published titles) and to date, it has signed more than 250 agreements with foreign universities for the exchange of students, teachers, and researchers.
Its headquarters are in the General San Martín district, northwest of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Built on an old railway beach of more than two hectares, the Miguelete Campus constitutes one of the main attractions of the Buenos Aires territory in terms of architectural planning and heritage conservation.