History of the Pontifical Gregorian University

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History of the Pontifical Gregorian University
This paper discusses the history of the pontifical Gregorian University. Besides detailing the history, the research paper to follow will also note the location of the institution, its chief areas of study, its reputation, and its role in Jesuit education. As will become clear, the university has grown substantially since its humble origins and now enjoys an excellent international reputation; at the same time, the institution has become a highly sophisticated and complex organization that probably rivals many multinationals in terms of its flow-chart’s sophistication. If anything, today’s university is a powerful, far-reaching corporation which has the luxury of drawing upon an impressive...
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