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1. Decide your future.
Through the PPF, you will be able plan a change of degree program and future career and, if you wish, you may use our vocational guidance service to confirm your choice of program and career.
2. Project your vision
(Co-corricular courses).
You can select courses and activities aimed to reinforce your talents or strengthen your areas of opportunity within the following formative areas: leadership, interculturality, citizen participation, sustainability, art and culture, sports, and spirituality.
3. Study with UDEM's hallmark
(Mandatory Core Courses + Complementary Courses ).
Through the General Studies courses, you will have the opportunity to experience our University’s philosophy while at the same time you display your methodological and technical skills.  You will also reinforce values and attitudes that foster the ethical practice of your profession, master a second language, and develop your social conscience. 
4. Enrich your knowledge
(Elective Courses).
You will have to register for three elective courses from other university areas, which will allow you to supplement your knowledge.
5. Lay the foundations of your profession
(Mandatory University Studies Courses).
These are the courses that make up the core knowledge of your degree program. With guidance from your advisor, you may plan which courses you will be taking each semester.

6. Become international. You can choose from more than 600 alternatives at the best universities in the world.  These programs, which vary in duration from a summer to a whole year abroad, will help you to understand and appreciate other cultures, learn or perfect another language, and develop the open mindedness necessary to interact with other ways of thinking and behaving.
If you cannot go abroad, you may take the co-curricular course “Intercultural Competencies I”, join student associations with foreign students, take language courses, register courses taught in English, or online collaborative courses, so that you can raise your international awareness from home.
7. Discover the value of transcending through service
(Social Service).
Social service is an opportunity for you to develop as a person and share your talents and skills for the benefit of society. You can sign up for the social service program once you have earned 132 academic credits, co-curricular courses not included. You must complete 480 hours of social service at an institution previously approved by UDEM and 20 hours of the Social Education Workshop.​
(Elective University Studies Courses).
Select those courses that will help you to gain in-depth knowledge in the professional field of your choice. ​
9. Go beyond. Throughout your university life, UDEM offers you opportunities to supplement your education with additional options: Advanced Studies, Dual Degree, Second Degree Program, or Double Degree.​
10. Get ready for a new cycle. You train to fulfill your project to enter the work market, with advisory sessions on résumé writing, job interviews, and sources of employment. You may choose to take a test battery which will help enhance your performance in interviews.
11. Join the work market
(Employability Courses and Final Evaluation).
You gain professional experience by carrying out an internship and your Final Evaluation Project, thus acquiring at least one year of work history before you graduate.​
12. On the way to success.
With assistance from your advisor, you will make sure to meet all requirements for a timely graduation and be informed of all important dates and deadlines concerning the process to obtain your degree.  ​

​​​​​​​​Upon graduation, you will have a solid curriculum in your hand. Without a doubt, through the Personal Education Plan you will have increased your knowledge, honed your talents, and fine tuned your vocation to become the best you can be: a professional with the academic excellence, service attitude, and firm ethical conviction which are distinctive traits of our graduates.

* Some of the stages may not be part of the curriculum of the undergraduate degree program pursued by a student.