University of San Andres is a private university established in 1988. It is located in the town of Victoria, Buenos Aires on the shores of the Rio de la Plata, in the metropolitan area of Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina. The rector of the University is Roberto Bouzas. It has agreement with more than eighty universities all over the world. It has one of the largest private libraries in the country, Max Von Buch. It maintains over 70,000 volumes. The library was recognized by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation though their Program for Latin American Libraries and Archives. San AndrÃ©s is the first institution in Argentina to offer a double degree accredited by Grandes Ecoles ESCP-Europe. The MBA programs taught by the university are accredited by the London-based Association of MBAs (AMBA). University of San Andres is mainly located in Victoria, San Fernando Partido. It has offices in downtown Buenos Aires. It offers Undergraduate degrees in the following disciplines like Business Administration, Political science, Education, Communications, Public Accountancy, Economics, Humanities, International relations, Marketing, Human Resources, Finances, Law. It also offers Graduate degrees and Specializations in various disciplines. University consists of 1031 undergraduate students and 500 graduate students. The university provides more than 70 study abroad programs with universities in Europe, North America, Latin America, and Australia. University of San AndrÃ©s has five ninety academics out of which seventy six are full time researchers divided into seven departments. It has full time researchers working under seven departments like Department of Administration, Department of Social Sciences, Department of Law, Department of Economics, Department of Humanities, Department of Mathematics and Sciences, School of Education. University seek to achieve a real improvement of the practices, processes, and results of educational institutions. It generates knowledge through research with the objective of contributing to the development of a new paradigm of design and implementation of interventions and public policies in evidence-based education for decision-making.