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Army Polytechnic School (ESPE), Quito - Ecuador
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The Army Polytechnic School (ESPE) is an institution of higher education, located at a distance of 22 kilometers south east of the colonial center of Quito, capital of the Republic of Ecuador. At an altitude of 2,510 meters above sea level that allowed a privileged Andean climate. The ESPE is one of the most prestigious schools in Ecuador, where students specialize in different areas of science.

http://www.espe.edu.ec/

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