Universidade Jean Piaget de Angola (Jean Piaget University of Angola) is a university in based in Luanda, Angola, with campuses in the Benguela province. As of 2005, the university had 815 enrolled students and is one of seven state recognized universities, both private and public, in the country.
It is named after the Swiss philosopher Jean Piaget.
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