Information for foreign students
General admissions requirements:
- Finished an undergraduate program and received a valid degree or commit to obtain it within 3 months
- G.P.A. (grade point average) o 8.0 on a 1 to 10 scale.
- Two or three passport size photographs (depending on the program)
- Pass the admissions exam ($550.00 Mexican pesos)
- If the admissions exam cannot be taken, students are able to take the GRE or GMAT and turn in the results
- Turn in all the required documents by the admissions office and cover all related fees
- Some graduate programs have special requirements
In case you wish to start the admissions process from your home country, you can start by taking the GRE.
To legalize the university degree, it is necessary to contact the nearest Mexican embassy or consulate to have the documents sealed with the apostille.
Once this is done, you must contact the Mexican Department of Education (S.E.P.) so they can analyze your documents and give you a dictamen técnico (official document that states that your foreign degree has the validity of a Mexican undergraduate degree).