UDLAP obtained 5 stars at a global level!
We are very proud to announce that Universidad de las Américas Puebla has become the first single-campus university in Latin America to receive 5 stars at a global level, according to the international QS Stars ranking. This is the result of excellence in its teaching processes, the prestige of its faculty, and the positioning of its students and graduates to develop professionally, apart from cutting-edge infrastructure that provides its students with the necessary tools for an integral formation at an academic, sports, and social level.
Quality in education, employability of graduates, infrastructure, internationalization, inclusion, and art and culture are some of the categories evaluated by QS Stars. As a result of this evaluation, 5 global stars and the highest recognition in each of the categories were granted to the university.
This achievement also highlighted the importance that Universidad de la Américas Puebla has given to art and culture in Mexico. Today, UDLAP is the only private university in Latin America with 5 stars in this category, which is a result of a wide array of cultural events, the important investments that the institution makes in this area, and the outstanding prestige of students and professors in this field.
QS Stars also recognized the important efforts carried out by UDLAP to become a truly global institution through its strong bonds with institutions all over the world in terms of student and faculty exchange, visiting scholars, joint research, and other international experiences offered to its community.
With an acknowledgement of this nature, UDLAP reaffirms once again its quality and integrity at an international level.
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