This is a list of universities in Mexico .
Most of these are related to CONACYT.
Son of Ruben Aguilar Monteverde (1924-2011) and Rosa Alicia García Valenzuela (1923-2016). His father was Headmaster of the Banco Nacional de México (Banamex), institution in which he worked for 43 years. He took part in the creation of a dozen civil society organizations, including Centro Mexicano para la Filantropía (CEMEFI), FUNSALUD and Managing Director of the Instituto Nacional de Nutrición Dr. Salvador Zubirán. He advised companies such as Grupo Carso, Grupo Alfa and Cinépolis.
The National Pedagogic University is Mexico's national university for teacher training. The main campus, directly adjacent to the Colegio de México in Mexico City, hosts more than 5,000 students and is the largest of more than 70 UPN campuses nationwide. The university offers both undergraduate (licenciatura) and graduate programs of study.
Organización Editorial Mexicana, also known as OEM, is the largest Mexican print media company and the largest newspaper company in Latin America. The company owns a large newswire service, it includes 70 Mexican daily newspapers, 24 radio stations and 44 websites.
The Universidad del Valle de México or UVM is a private multicampus university founded in 1960. UVM is also the largest higher education institution in Mexico. It also has a both traditional and bicultural high school program.
Miguel Peraza is a Mexican self-taught sculptor, born in Mexico City September 29, 1959. His production consists of about 300 works of small format and 34 monumental works, with many monuments along Mexico and Colombia, mainly in universities. Throughout his career he has demonstrated mastery of materials, regardless of the size of his sculptures, and covering many topics.
The Universidad TecMilenio (UTM) is a private institution of higher education. The institution is part of Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education TecMilenio University ITESM System, an educational system with national and international levels, through 30 campus and an online campus with a unique and innovative educational model that forms professionals with the skills needed by modern businesses and organizations. For-profit schools that have entered the country in recent years, the university serves some 21,000 students on its own at high school, undergraduate and postgraduate level, frequently through distance learning. Like most schools it now follows a semester model that replaced the original four-month terms.
Latindex is a bibliographical information system available for free consultation. Established as a network in 1997, the project is based on the cooperation of 17 national resource centers that operate in a coordinated scheme for the gathering and dissemination of relevant information and data on the Iberoamerican journals.
The Mexican Consortium of Universities is a selective group of Mexican public higher education institutions, recognized by their higher quality standards.
Ciudad Universitaria is a Sector in the city of Santo Domingo in the Distrito Nacional of the Dominican Republic. There are eighteen universities in Ciudad Universitaria in the city of Santo Domingo, the highest number of any city in the Dominican Republic. Established in 1538, Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD) is the oldest university in the Americas and is also the only public university in the city. Santo Domingo holds the nation's highest percentage of residents with a higher education degree.
Sebastián is a Mexican sculptor best known for his monumental works of steel and/or concrete in both Mexico and abroad. These include a number of “gate” sculptures such as the Gran Puerta a México in Matamoros, Tamaulipas but his most famous sculpture is the “Caballito” located in downtown Mexico City. His works are found in various cities outside Mexico, such as Japan where two are now used as city symbols.
The Anahuac University Network is a private universities system grouped and administered by the religious congregation of the Legion of Christ. The network is composed of several universities, some with different names and educational approaches. The universities are located in different countries of the world, having presence in Mexico, United States, Chile, Spain, Italy and France.
Blanca López de Mariscal o Blanca Guadalupe López Morales is a Professor emeritus and researcher in literature at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, México.
David Muñoz Rodríguez is a professor and researcher with the Tec de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, specializing in electronic communications. He has been teaching at the university level since 1971 and director of the Centro de Electrónica y Telecomunicaciones since 1992. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and several books. His work has been recognized by Level III membership in the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores and various awards.
The Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral Also Ciudad Juárez Cathedral Is the name of a Catholic cathedral church dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, that is located in Ciudad Juárez in the border state of Chihuahua, in Mexico, in the area called Historical Center. It was built in the middle of the second half of the twentieth century and is attached to the old and still preserved Franciscan mission, founded in the 17th century, in the then Paso del Norte.
Public higher education in Mexico is the one that is taught after high school or equivalent. It is carried out through higher education institutions (IES) of the public sector. The main degree taken by the majority of students is licenciatura, which is usually accredited between 4 and 5 years in minimum time for those who finish their studies. The degrees offered are técnico superior universitario, licenciatura, specialization, master's degree and doctorate. In addition, diploma courses and continuing education courses are offered.