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English as a Second Language (ESL) Teacher
Median Salary: COP 23,263,645
"An ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher’s primary function is to teach English to students who are not native speakers."
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Median Salary: COP 41,603,223
"Mechanical engineers participate in the planning and manufacturing of new products by performing engineering duties and developing, designing and testing mechanical devices."
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Universidad de America (Bogotá, Colombia)
COP 39,000,001 - COP 201,000,007
Universidad De Los Andes, Colombia
COP 25,369,015 - COP 178,792,772
Universidad del Valle Colombia
COP 30,600,002 - COP 480,000,000
COP 26,858,433 - COP 153,291,101
Universidad Industrial De Santander
COP 22,183,785 - COP 156,720,007
COP 26,279,728 - COP 73,200,003
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng / BE)
COP 39,000,002 - COP 538,000,007
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng / BE), Electronics Engineering
COP 44,400,003 - COP 108,000,007
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng / BE), Industrial Engineering (IE)
COP 40,000,003 - COP 144,000,013
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng / BE), Mechanical Engineering (ME)
COP 45,000,003 - COP 483,333,333
COP 20,678,956 - COP 283,180,847
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
COP 96,424,090 - COP 463,536,784
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