UDEM is one of the private universities located in Monterrey, Mexico. The city that attracts students from all over the world to enjoy the fiesta’s, the warm people and the beautiful nature around the city. With almost 100 study programs UDEM provides quality education to over 11,000 talented students. But that’s not it, it strives to create a community of people that feel connected to the university. It’s not only a place to study, but it’s a location where people come together. And that translates itself in an awesome campus.

Universidad de Monterrey’s recognition

UDEM offers many different programs in different business fields, but the one most recognized is the International Program. The program has a multicultural edge and a highly demanding academic experience. Additionally, UDEM has received different accreditations over the years for their remarkable work to improve the quality of education in Mexico. These have been awarded by the Council Council for the Accreditation of Higher Education and Federation of Private Mexican Institutions of Higher Education.

Campuses of UDEM

Universidad de Monterrey has one campus located in the area San Pedro Garza Garcia in Monterrey. This is one of the nicest areas of the city. The campus itself is nothing like what you are familiar with. It’s not just a building with a cafeteria and some classrooms. To improve the quality of your education and for students to have fun the campus is equipped with multiple libraries, an indoor and outdoor stadium, a supermarket, outside areas to relax and enjoy the weather and much more.

Facilities at UDEM

If you are totally into sports then this will be a university you will love. UDEM participates in different sports such as soccer, futsal, basketball, volleyball, track and field, swimming, tennis and more. Would you like to stand side by side with the mascot the Trojan and defeat other universities? This would be your chance!

What’s incredible about this university is that the students also put the effort in helping other students become a better version of themselves. Different student groups strive to “generate competence and leadership, raising the student’s potential so they can transform society and transcend in it”. There’s also a Center for Leadership and Challenge, where they organize large outdoor team building exercises that will help you develop competition and teamwork skills. Studying at UDEM does not mean boring classes!

Student life at UDEM

Monterrey is located in the North East of Mexico and is surrounded by many high mountains. One of the mountains called Cerro de la Silla is often climbed and being at the top gives you a mesmerizing view of the city. You have to wake up early though, climbing for 3 hours in the hot sun is only for the diehards among us. Monterrey is one of the warmest major cities in Mexico with an average max temperature of 27.5 degrees Celsius (including night temperatures!). If you arrive in January you should not be surprised by people having BBQ’s at the pool with a temperature of 21 degrees Celsius.

To enjoy the beautiful weather many go to Park Fundidora. This is an incredible public park with an area of 142 hectares and contains an indoor arena, thematic Sesame Street park and enough nature to relax after a long week at your internship or university. In the forest around Monterrey you can find (or better not find) cacomistles, foxes, rattlesnakes, deers and even black beers.

 

 

Although the weather invites you to swim all day with a nice cocktail on the side, there will be times that you will have to change your flip flops for proper shoes and go explore the city. One of the most eye-catching sights is the Macroplaza in the city center. This belongs to on the world’s largest squares and is the cultural heart of Monterrey with stunning monuments, green areas and monumental buildings. Other names on your bucket list should be the mountain Cerro de la Silla, the university Tec de Monterrey, Paseo Santa Lucía, Parque Fundidora and Barrio Antiguo.

Semester exchange at UDEM

The programs of UDEM are divided over different fields of interest, namely business, education and humanities, engineering, health sciences, law and social, and arts. A broad spectrum to choose from. For an exchange student there are courses in Spanish and in English. Upon arrival you will have to make a selection of the courses you would like to enroll for, which you can probably still change in the first two weeks. Most courses are worth 6 credits and the date and time are already indicated in the Spanish catalog or in the English catalog (here is the description for each course).

To apply for a semester exchange at UDEM you will need to follow the admission requirements provided on their website. These indicate what documents you will need to gather and send to what person in the organization. This can all be found on the admission requirement of UDEM of their website.

 

Student Housing in Monterrey

Due to the many Mexican and international students leaving their homes to study at UDEM, the university built a three story building with a dorm for 232 rooms. This building is located on campus and provides all the basic needs a student can ask for.At Tellanto.com we have experienced that many international students prefer to live off-campus. The advantage of this is that there are no rules, you can live with whoever and wherever you want, and you will probably have more comfort. Student dorms are often surprisingly expensive as well. Tellanto.com has selected the best student houses in Latin America based on their price, location, landlord, safety and amount of national and international students. Have a look at our housing page and see if there is something you like.

Quick Facts

Students:
11,398

Campuses:
Monterrey

Course Languages:
Spanish and English

World Ranking:
#801-1000

LatAm Ranking:
#111

Website:
www.udem.edu.mx

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