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UMSAUndergraduate Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis (course)
UMSAUnion of Malaysian Students in Auckland (New Zealand)
UMSAUndergraduate Mathematics Students Association
UMSAUniversity of Manchester Staff Association (UK)
UMSAUnited Methodist Student Association
UMSAUltrasound Manufacturers and Suppliers Association
UMSAUnited Minority Students Association
UMSAUniform Money Services Act of 2000 (US)
UMSAUnited Mobile Sportfishermen Association
UMSAUsiminas Mecânica SA (Brazilian steel company)
UMSAUnited Marine Suppliers Association, LLC (Springfield, MO)
UMSAUniversal Mating Service America
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The Steering Committee included two representatives from each of the four universities (UMSA in La Paz, the Universidad Mayor Real y Pontificia de San Francisco Xavier (UMRPSFX) in Chuquisaca, the Universidad Mayor de San Simon (UMSS) in Cochabamba, and the Universidad Autonoma Gabriel Rene Moreno (UAGRM) in Santa Cruz), a representative from the World Health Organization (WHO) in Bolivia and two representatives from the TUC Public Health program.
Tesis de grado licenciatura en Biologia, Universidad Mayor de San Andres (UMSA), Bolivia.
In 2001, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) issued the Uniform Money Services Act (UMSA), which as of 2013, has been adopted in whole or in part by eight states.
There is a pervasive notion among students and teachers at different indigenous Aymara initiatives for higher education that the 'indigenous' in 'indigenous university' cannot merely be a question of indigenous physical presence, in the sense that teachers and students are of indigenous origin, because then even UMSA in La Paz (not to speak of UPEA in El Alto) would qualify as indigenous universities since a majority of their students could arguably be said to be of indigenous origin.