Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM) is one of the best universities, according to the QS Top 50 Under 50 international ranking. In our founding principles, we capture and express a culture centered on the humanization of each and every person; an openness to every creed and background that rejects all forms of privilege and discrimination, and the conviction that transcendence is achieved in the service of others.
The whole-person education of students has been a distinctive characteristic of UDEM, that is why our educational model is composed of two parts: UDEM Academic Plan and UDEM Formative Model.
As part of our academic excellence, we strive to develop the competencies needed in a profession, while ensuring the development of leadership skills, the promotion of values, and the construction of a social conscience through service and the promotion of international educational experiences.
Our School of Business currently holds both the AACSB, and AMBA accreditations, while the university is accredited by SACS-COC.
Monterrey is the third largest city in Mexico and is the capital of Nuevo Leon state. Although there are prehistoric archaeological sites in the area, the city was not founded until 1596 by Spanish families. With its close proximity to Texas and the U.S., Monterrey has always been an important commercial city. Modern Monterrey is a flourishing industrial and commercial center, and is Mexico's wealthiest, highest educated metropolitan area.
Location: Monterrey, Mexico
Population: 4,500,000 (metro area)
Language(s) of Instruction: English, Spanish (Main language of instruction is Spanish, but we offer a wide variety of courses taught in English (undergraduate level). Our graduate level is taught in Spanish.
TESTS: TOEFL IBT (80), TOEFL PBT (550), IELTS (6,5), TOEIC (650), CEFR (B2)
Semester Dates: Winter Semester: August - December/ Summer Semester: January - May
Course Offerings: https://www.udem.edu.mx/en/study/udem-for-one-semester
Costs: There are no additional tuition costs for studying at Universidad de Monterrey. Additional costs that must be considered are accommodations, meals, and cost of living.
Exchange Places: 2
Double Degree: No
Costs: There are no additional tuition costs. Additional costs that must be considered are accommodations, meals, and cost of living.
Students are in charge of finding a place to live; however our office can be an intermediarie between them and our Residence Halls (providing they choose this option), and the I-Link association can help in house hunting off-campus.
Not co-ed, double rooms sharing a bath.
The room includes a microwave and a mini fridge.
Each floor of the building has a TV room and study room.
The buildings share 3 common kitchens, a computer room, laundry room, and gym.
Cost (2020): 62,000 MXN per semester (if there is interest, we can get a 30% discount for exchange students).
The international office is in charge of helping exchange students with their application process. Assigning a student number + registering courses + orientation sessions + offering accompaniment through our I-Link student association (peer program), ensures incoming students feel welcome and settle down in our country/educational system easily.
We also offer counseling through our Center for the Treatment of Anxiety (off campus), and through the Student Counseling Center (on-campus).
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