Zamorano a Glance

Zamorano is distinguished worldwide for successful training professionals with high academic and moral level through its experienced faculty, comprehensive curriculum and its infrastructure on end.

Zamorano is a vibrant campus of 4092.74 hectares, located in the central-eastern Honduras, some 30 km (40 minutes) from Tegucigalpa, the capital. It has a population of about 1,800 people, including students, faculty and staff.

Location: Yeguare Valley, department of Francisco Morazan, Honduras; 30 kilometers southeast of Tegucigalpa.

Campus: 4092.74 hectares.

Academic calendar: Three academic periods of 15 weeks each.

From January to April, May to August and August to December.

Racing Engineering Agribusiness Management, Agro-Food, Environment and Development and Agricultural Engineering.

Graduates: 7,799 (1,352 women since 1983).

Registration 2016: 1,282 undergraduates (857 men and 425 women).

Geographical Distribution (2015): Students from 23 countries. Student Body: 29% Ecuadorians, 25% Hondurans, Guatemalans 14%, 4% Panamanian, 8% El Salvador.

2016 Tuition: $ 18.900, this includes a combination of theory and practice education that ensures that students gain the knowledge and skills to become leaders that make a difference in society. In addition to such education, Zamorano´s tuition includes room, board, medical insurance, medical care, uniforms, internet, laptop and other didactic materials, as well as the necessary infrastructure for sports and recreation.

Percentage of students receiving financial assistance64% Range of Financial Aid: Partial from 20% to scholarships covering 100% of the value of the annual tuition scholarships.

Average aid granted: US $ 11,000.00 Teacher-Student Ratio: 1:13 Total Teachers: 99

Graduate faculty with doctorates or Higher: 63