Administration and Hospitality
Hospitality wiht a sense of life.
A path of excellence in the industry of hospitality.
How was ESDAI formed?
ESDAI stands for School of Administration of Institutions.
In 1967 the Board Home and Culture, started the plans for the creation of a Latin American Center of University Studies directed to the holistic training of women through a profession.
Later on the project of the university degree: Major in Administration of Institutions. The curriculum was elaborated, the building was planned and the faculty was sent to Spain, Germany, and Italy to be prepared.
A trip was taken to establish direct contact with the School of Administration of Hotels at Cornell University and with the Council of Hotel Restaurants and Institutional Education, from which consultancy was received.
In 1969 formal classes started at 16 Canteras de Oxtopulco Street, Universidad Oxtopulco, Coyoacán, Mexico City with a group of students from the United States, Venezuela, and different states of the Mexican Republic with faculty from IPADE (Panamerican Institute of Top Business Management) and UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico).
Miguel Alemán Velasco, president of the National Tourism Council, opened the building that shelters ESDAI and the RUL (Latin American University Hall of Residence) in 1970.
In 1989, ESDAI joined the majors that Universidad Panamericana offered through a cooperation agreement.
The area of Specialist and Diploma Courses has been consolidated and has programs not only at D. F. but also in Guadalajara, Puebla and San Luis Potosí.
Since 1998 it has helped with the training not only of national institutions but also of foreign ones.