University of Guadalajara (UDG)

The University of Guadalajara (UDG) is a public and autonomous university system in the Mexican state of Jalisco that combines an international scope and vision with a strong commitment to society.


A tradition of constant innovation and quality has made of UDG one of Mexico’s leading institutions of higher education. The university’s high school, undergraduate, graduate and research programs are designed to promote a sustainable and inclusive social development. It is indeed a fundamental institution in the formation of human resources and in the production of scientific and technological knowledge both regionally and nationally. Its extension programs make Mexican culture, arts, sports and our unique heritage more accessible to the citizens of Mexico and the rest of the world.


 Academic Areas of Study

The University of Guadalajara has a wide and comprehensive academic offer, covering all areas of knowledge, with over 260 full-time undergraduate degree courses and 241 postgraduate programs, in the following areas of study:


  • Health Sciences
  • Economic and Management Sciences
  • Exact Sciences and Engineering
  • Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Arts, Architecture and Design
  • Biological and Agricultural Sciences
 UDG’s Highlights and projects