Universidad de Guadalajara (UdeG) is a public research university located in Guadalajara, Mexico. It is the second-largest university in Mexico with a total enrollment of over 180,000 students across its campuses. UdeG offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in various fields.
UdeG was founded in 1791 and was initially established as the Real Universidad de Guadalajara. It was first located in the Hospicio Cabañas, a building that now serves as a cultural center. Over the years, UdeG expanded its academic offerings and developed new campuses, including the University of Guadalajara Foundation, the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, and the State University of Guadalajara.
UdeG is organized into several faculties and schools, which are further divided into departments and institutes. Some of the faculties include the Faculty of Architecture, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, and the Faculty of Medicine.
UdeG has several campuses across the city of Guadalajara, including the historic Centro Universitario de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades and the modern Centro Universitario de la Costa. The university also has campuses in other cities across Mexico, including Tonalá, Tepic, and Puerto Vallarta.
UdeG offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across a wide range of fields, including business, engineering, medicine, law, humanities, and social sciences. The university is also known for its research programs, which cover areas such as nanotechnology, renewable energy, and biotechnology.
Colleges and schools
– College of Architecture, Art and Design
– College of Arts and Humanities
– College of Biological and Agricultural Sciences
– College of Chemistry
– College of Commerce and Business Administration
– College of Education and Psychology
– College of Engineering and Exact Sciences
– College of Health Sciences
– College of Law and Social Sciences
– College of Medicine
– College of Nursing and Obstetrics
– College of Public Administration
– College of the Sciences of Communication
– University Center of the Coast
– University Center of the South
UdeG offers a vibrant campus life, with plenty of opportunities for students to get involved in clubs, sports teams, and social events. The university has a range of student organizations, including academic clubs, cultural groups, and sports teams.
UdeG has a strong athletics program, with teams that compete in a range of sports, including soccer, basketball, baseball, and volleyball. The university also hosts a range of sports events throughout the year, including the annual University Games.
Some of the notable alumni of UdeG include:
– Juan José Arreola, writer
– Gabriel Orozco, artist
– Carlos Fuentes, writer
– José Clemente Orozco, painter
– Juan Rulfo, writer
– Eduardo Mata, conductor
– Mario Molina, chemist
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