The Public University of El Alto: Anarchist Collegiate Education

Tyler Mc.

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When writing about the mutualist anarchist community of FEJUVE, one of the things people might be asking is how the educational system works in the libertarian society of one hundred fourteen thousand. Well, there were schools that were made to educate the people of FEJUVE including the Public University of El Alto. This particular university was established back in September of 2000 and has been going strong for twenty-two years. Edurank ranked this particular college to be the fourteenth best college in all of Bolivia, which is pretty good considering the fact that this particular ranking has fifty-three Bolivian colleges.

The college is fully accredited so getting a degree there means it will be accepted pretty much anywhere & seen as a legitimate proof of education. The highest degree you can get at the Public University of El Alto is a Bachelor's Degree and this degree can be received for a variety of different degrees. There are plenty of programs you can get a degree in when you attend, including Accountancy, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Architecture, Automation and Control Engineering, Business and Commerce, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Dentistry, Development Studies, Dietetics, Economics, Educational Sciences, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Energy Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Fine Arts, History, Hotel Management, International Business, Laboratory Techniques, Law, Linguistics, Mass Communication, Medicine, Modern Languages, Nursing, Nutrition, Gas Engineering, Physics, Political Sciences, Preschool Education, Production Engineering, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Special Education, Sports, Textile Technology, Tourism, Dentistry, Veterinary Science, and a few more programs that will be available by the end of 2022.

While not a perfect institution, it is interesting to see a college offer a decent amount of education for people across Bolivia and also give higher learning to a libertarian community that fought so hard to establish it.

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