The University of Havana, founded in 1728, is the oldest university in Cuba. It is an institution of academic excellence with high social relevance. It is an institution committed to the socioeconomic development of the country, distinguished by the place it occupies in science and culture and by its highly qualified faculty. Its functions include the continuous training of integral professionals and the generation of scientific, technological and innovative results, as well as their transfer to society. It has a significant scientific potential reflected in indicators of excellence that place it as one of the leading universities in the country.
To contribute to economic, social, cultural and political development, through the deployment of continuous training processes of integral professionals; science, technology and innovation and university extension. It works permanently for academic excellence, social relevance and effective and efficient management of university processes, supported by a strong national and international projection. It is distinguished by the relevant place it occupies in science and national culture and by its highly qualified and prestigious faculty, which together with students and other workers, expresses its strong commitment to socialist society, contributing to its sustainability and prosperity.
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