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Admission steps


1. Create your profile through the BE UDEM platform.


2. Submit your documentation at the Admissions Department.

You must submit your documents at the Liaising Office of the Graduate Area, which is located on the third floor of the Main Administrative Building (Rectoría).

You can also send them to the following address, at least two months before the beginning of the academic term when you want to join the university:

Universidad de Monterrey

Liaising Office, Graduate Area
Third floor of the Main Administrative Building (Rectoría)
Av. Ignacio Morones Prieto núm. 4500 pte.
San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León
C. P. 66238, Mexico​​​

Note: Remember that you must submit the signed application for admission, photographs, recent copy of original birth certificate, and high school certificate within a period of twenty (20) working days after the beginning of classes.


3. Provide proof of your work experience (review the requirements for the program you are interested in).


4. Attend an interview with the Academic Program Director.


5. Send your updated résumé to the e-mail address [email protected].

If you are interested in one of the programs of the School of Architecture, Design, and Art, you must also submit your work portfolio.


6. Pass the Graduate Level Admission Competency Evaluation (ECIP).

This online diagnostic tool is exclusive to UDEM graduate degree programs.

What does it do? It assesses he development of administrative and interactive competencies through virtual work simulations. Through a series of situations, it will allow you to choose the best alternative to achieve effective results.

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If you are a foreign student

If you are a foreigner, you must additionally submit the following documentation:

  • A valid copy of the FM3 Immigration Form.


Did you study abroad?

If you studied abroad, take the following into consideration:

  • The documentation you submit must be equivalent to the above-described documents.

  • Your documents must be authenticated at the Mexican Consulate, certified at the Department of Higher Education or apostilled at the Certifying Department of the country where you studied.