Universities in Goa


If you thought that Goa was only about sand, sea and a spill of tourists, think twice.Goan residents take their education quite seriously. So there are quite a number of excellent educational institutions in Goa which the state can boast of.

There are several professional colleges, including engineering, polytechnics and ITIs.

Management studies, law colleges and a catering institute too form a vital part in the list of educational institutions in Goa.

The Goa University is the premier centre of learning.

There in one major and reputed university in Goa and that is the Goa University.

Goa University was established in 1985 incorporating the then existing PG Centre for Instruction and Research of the University of Bombay.

The 23 PG Departments and 2 Centres of studies offer academic programmes leading to Masters and Ph.D degrees in various disciplines.

The University also offers PG Diploma programmes in selected disciplines.

In 2001 the University was accredited with Four Star rating on a 5-point scale by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council).

Its PG departments, over the years have developed excellent facilities for research.

A list of the informative details of Goa University is given below:
Name: Goa University
Address: Goa University
Sub Post Office Goa University
Galeigao Plateau
Goa - 403 206 Goa
Type: State University
Tel: 2451375, 2452019
Fax: (0832) 2456108
EPABX: (0832) 2451345 to 48, 2456480 to 85
Website: http://www.goauniversity.org

List of Universities in Goa

S.no.University NameCityAddress Email ID / Website
1Goa UniversityGoaTaleigao Plateau, Goa, India, 403206Email:registrar@unigoa.ac.in

https://www.unigoa.ac.in/


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Last Updated on : January 19, 2016


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