International Students Guadalajara

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Guadalajara

In this section you will find all the information required in order  to be part of an Academic Exchange at Universidad Panamericana, just follow the steps and meet the requirements.

 

Our university has been committed to universal values and open to all who wish to receive high quality education. UP Guadalajara has enrolled international students from North America, South America, Asia and Europe, comprising currently 2% of the student body.

 

We are very proud to educate new generations of scholars to take up positions of leadership in a great variety of fundamentally important areas of society.

 

As a student at Universidad Panamericana you will experience one of the most exciting campi in Mexico with distinguished faculty. 

Materias

Business and administration

  • Business Administration

    FALL

    The student will analyze the management, classical management theories and be able to identify their strengths and weaknesses.

    8 Credits.

     

  • International Human Resources Management

    SPRING

    The sudent will be able design and implement a program to manage international human resources in a transnational environment.
    4 Credits.

  • International Organizations & Teatries

    SPRING

    The students will analyze the different organizations and intenational teatries and its impact on global commerce. Also will be able to explain the environment of international business, regulations and policies.
    8 Credits.

  • Small Business Management

    SPRING / FALL

    The student will analyze the nature and foundations of small business and family business, will be able to identify, manage and develop entrepreneurial skills as well as to distinguish the key elements of the business, family and management.

    8 Credits.

  • Global Strategy

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will recognize the characteristics of globalization and its implications for the economies, industries and companies.

    8 Credits.

  • Social Responsibility Strategies

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will analyze the socio - economic circumstances in which the company should invest some of its assets in the preservation of the envirnment, poverty reduction and other aspects.

    4 Credits.

  • Corporate Governance

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will recognize the basic concepts of government as well as the origin, operation, problems, legal system and structure of modern business.
    4 Credits.

  • Negotiation

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will analyze the theories and processes of negotiation, power and social capital to negotiate successfully in various situations.
    8 Credits.

  • Business Simulation

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will be able to define competitive strategies, establish interactions between the diferent functional areas of the company, take decisions and analyze the gathered results, achieving a practical knowledge.
    4 Credits.

  • Strategy Theory

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will recognize the differences of administration of classical theories of management and be able to identify their strengths and weaknesses.
    8 Credits. 

  • Macroeconomics

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will interpret the operation of the economic system in general. The principal models of economic growth in the long term and the determinants of the economic variables that affect the economic cicle.
    8 Credits.

  • International Law

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will analyze the various agencies and treaties, as well as its impact on global trade.
    8 Credits.

  • Diplomacy

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will identify the development of diplomacy in the last century as it is practiced, to address current global issues.
    8 Credits.

  • Geopolitics

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will analyze the socio-political situations and their impact on the economic aspect.
    8 Credits.

  • International Negotiations

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will be able to apply international trading strategies. Recognizing the representative cultural and business protocol differences, as well as different forms of decision-making, negotiation and monitoring in countries the new world order.
    4 Credits.

  • International Relations

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will interpret explicit and implicit phenomena of international relations, analyzing full and comprehensive vision of the world to this day, solving case studies with relevance in the political, social, economic and cultural fields.
    4 Credits.

Education

  • Differential Innovation in Education

    SPRING

    The student will dominate the methods and techniques of specialized teaching.

    8 Credits.

  • Theories of Education

    SPRING

    Students will learn the fundamentals of education skills, analyze the nature of the powers and its link to technical education and human development, and identify strategies for curriculum design skills, the formation of teaching teams and academies.

    4 Credits.

Engineering

  • Production and Inventory Management

    SPRING

    The student will describe and apply different methods of production planning and inventory in specific cases.
    6 Credits.

Law

  • International Commercial Law

    FALL

    The student will examine the law governing international trade in order to understand the current legal and economic multilateral framework.
    5 Credits.

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

    FALL

    The student will learn alternative ways of solving problems presented in legal practice.
    5 Credits.

  • Comparative Law

    SPRING

    The student will analyze and compare the diverse legal order and forms of legal production.
    5 Credits.

  • International Private Law

    SPRING

    The student will identify the legal elements that intervene in private international law, integrating them in the analysis and solution of cases.
    7 Credits.

  • communication
  • Media Research

    FALL

    The student will be able to plan formal processes of research and practice critical skills, logical and creative ways to conduct a rigorous research process.
    6 Credits.

  • Management of Communication Businesses

    FALL

    The student will assess the importance of decision making, emphasizing the peculiarities of communication in business management.
    6 Credits.

  • Services Marketing

    SPRING

    Students will acquire the knowledge to offer customer service no matter the the area of business.
    6 Credits.

  • Strategic Advertising

    SPRING

    The students will understand the strategic problems of companies, the knowledge about basic advertising technologies and the aplication of them.
    8 Credits.

  • Consumer Behavior

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will apply the scope and importance of consumer behavior as well as various analysis methodologies consumer behavior. It will be able to interpret the implications of consumption behavior has for the area of marketing.
    6 Credits.

  • International Commercial Law

    FALL

    The student will examine the law governing international trade in order to understand the current legal and economic multilateral framework.
    5 Credits.

  • otherlanguages
  • History of Mexico

    SPRING / FALL 

    Students will discover and explore the mexican culture by its history and the decisions that were made to lead us to where we are now.

    8 Credits.

  • Spanish Basic

    SPRING / FALL 

    Students will develop a knowledge in grammar and vocabulary that allows them to open themselves in a daily basis.

    8 Credits.

  • Spanish Intermediate

    SPRING / FALL 

    Students will reinforce grammar and habilities of the Spanish Basic mainly with practice to achieve the capability of analysis and synthesis.

    8 Credits.

  • Spanish Advanced

    SPRING / FALL 

    The student will be able to make any kind of argument and express themselves with logical conclussions.

    8 Credits.

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About the campus

Campus Guadalajara was founded in 1981. It opened its doors with only three undergraduate programs: Adminstration and Finance, Industrial Engineering, and Industrial Relations. Today, the University offers 18 undegraduate programs and a state of the art campus to satisfy the needs of contemporary students.

 

Campus Guadalajara offers infrastructure for students to carry out practical simulations or research in their field. We also have facilities which will enrich your university life.

UP University Life is the department which seeks that all members of the community -faculty, students, and staff- participate in activities organized by the University and the students. Our goal is for all members to identify with UP.

 

Here you will find a list of activities and options so that you, too, can be a part of University Life.

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Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco and birthplace of many of the national symbols of Mexico, such as  mariachi music, tequila and charrería.  It is the second largest city in Mexico both in population, and in importance.

 

 Over the years, the city has earned a variety of nicknames: "City of Roses", "City of Fountains", "Royal City", or "Pearl of the West". The city offers a harmonious mix of modern urban design, antique architecture, and the cultural legacy of its traditions.

 

DePaul University, the largest Catholic university in the United States and the Universidad Panamericana Guadalajara have signed a new cooperation agreement called "American Degree Transfer Program" which aims to provide the opportunity to study two years of an undergraduate program in the Universidad Panamericana and the following two years at the University of DePaul, transferring Mexican to Americans credits and obtain a professional degree of DePaul University.

 

The program provides, among other advantages:

Find all the steps you need to follow to apply for an Academic Exchange at Universidad Panamericana

Contact

Area Director

Cap. Leoncio Monjarás Wintergerst

lmonjara@up.edu.mx

+52 (33) 1368 2200 ext. 4353

Incoming Students Coordinator

Lic. Carlos Alberto Benavides

cbenavides@up.edu.mx

+52 (33) 1368 2200 Ext. 4354

Outgoing Students Coordinator

Lic. Sylvia Andrea Alcaraz Guerrero

salcaraz@up.edu.mx

+52 (33) 1368 2200 Ext. 4352

International Area Assistant

Lic. Liliana Leaños Magaña

eleaños@up.edu.mx

+52 (33) 1368 2225