Convictorio

All Noun
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  • Carrera carried out his first studies in the Convictorio Carolino, the best school in the country at the time.
  • Carrera completed his first studies at the Convictorio Carolino, the best school in the country at the time.
  • This convictorio was created to make up for the shortcoming that the expulsion of the Jesuits had left in education.
  • When he was nine years old, he was brought to Santiago de Chile for the start of his formal education at the Convictorio Carolino.
  • This replaced the Convictorio de San Francisco Javier, which had been administered by the Jesuits up until their expulsion.
  • His prestige as a professor had already grown when the viceroy Amat named him professor of the Real Convictorio de San Carlos in 1771.
  • He studied in the Convictorio Carolino and law at the Universidad de San Felipe, where he obtained his doctorate in both laws in 1809.
  • Berney arrived in Chile around 1776, where he became teacher of Latin and Mathematics at the Convictorio Carolino, in Santiago.
  • He is entrusted with the vice-chancellor of the Convictorio Carolino and one year later, in 1786, the viceroy Teodoro de Croix makes him chancellor of this center of studies.
  • Pinto completed his early studies in the Convictorio Carolino, the best school in the country at the time, and then studied law at the Real Universidad de San Felipe, being admitted to practice on October 11, 1808.
  • He worked as an inspector of the works of the Santiago de Chile Cathedral, as Senior Judge over deceased property, as the protector of Convictorio Carolino and the Provincial Women's Hospital.