CREATED FOR YOU
Founded in 1991, the Campus Guadalajara is located in the northwest outskirts of the city. Something remarkable about the Campus is the good balance between the green areas and the modern buildings, which combine in perfect harmony to bring a fresh and friendly learning atmosphere.
This Campus is always evolving based on the student’s needs, in order for them to have better facilities for an enriched and complete education process and life. It has based the futuristic design of its buildings on the most recent technological developments.
Campus Guadalajara has earned national and international prestige due to the quality of its academic programs and facilities. The Business School is ranked as the #1 in Mexico, and was recognized for having the largest number of programs certified by national and international associations.
Our FacilitiesA distinctive element of Campus Guadalajara has been the offering of diverse facilities to all of its students. As a registered student you can use all on-Campus facilities during service hours, such as:
- Library (On-line catalogue, digital library, newspaper library, video library, specialized data bases, collaborative work rooms, individual study area)
- Outdoor facilities
- Cafeterias and snacks
- Parking lot
- Sport facilities
- Computer lab
- Campus-wide wireless network
- Debate room and oral trade room
- Auditoriums and a Convention Center
- Cultural workshops
- Academic tutoring, counselling and professional orientation
- Emergency medical service
- Web based academic platforms
- CDA: Advanced Design Centre
- Robotics Lab
- CIEF: Consulting, Business and Financial Research Centre
- Art and Media Centre
- PCiTEC: Technological Park
Campus Guadalajara also offers you several cultural and sports facilities.
The Pearl of the West
With an area of more than 500Km2, Guadalajara's metro area is formed by 5 main municipalities: Guadalajara, Zapopan, Tlaquepaque, Tonalá and Tlajomulco. The city is located within Central Time Meridian (-6 GMT). It’s only about 500 km away from Mexico City, and about 300 km from the pacific coast line.