Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila (UadeC) was created in 1957. The state university is based in the northern state of Coahuila in Mexico.The Autonomous University of Coahuila, as it is called in English, has three campuses: Saltillo, Torreón, and Norte. The university’s roots go back to Colonial times and it still follows its initial traditions until this day. The school is governed by a President who is elected for 3 years by direct general balloting by students and teachers. The administration offices are based in the Saltillo campus. Saltillo is the state capital and isn’t far from the vibrant, metropolitan city of Monterrey. Students can enjoy cultural attractions and interesting museums in Saltillo. The school offers excellent education at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The students can choose from a variety of fields, including Accounting, Architecture, Art, Biochemistry, Biology, Business Administration, Communications and Electronics. Computer Sciences, Economics, Finances, Graphic Design, Health Sciences, History, Human Relations, Law, Marketing, Mathematics, Music, Political Sciences and Public Administration, Mineral and Energy Resources, as well as Software and Spanish Literature, and many more. The students are able to study in a multicultural learning environment, which is friendly and welcoming to students from all parts of the world. Today, more than 30,000 students are enrolled in programmes at the university. 29,157 of them are undergraduate students. The teaching methods are innovative and interactive. Lessons and lectures are held by highly professional teaching staff. The faculty is made up of 588 qualified academics. The campus has modern facilities and technologies. On campus, there are cafeterias, student computing centres, and 31 bookshops. The school places special value on extracurricular activities, such as Folkloric dance, intercollegiate sports, musical groups, radio and tv production clubs, social services, student newspapers, and forming a student government / student council. Students also have access to computers connected to the internet on campus
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About the school, some teachers do not have knowledge according to the subjects or there should be more options regarding the selection of teachers or dismiss those who no longer compete, I recommend that they should also add to the subjects topics or concepts related to what that is seen in the industry because many times when we come to an industry we do not know or struggle to understand things instead of paying for courses from organizations or there that better than adding them to the agendas
La Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila is recognized for its variety of races in the state. As a student of the School of Plastic Arts Prof. Ruben Herrera, I recommend the university as there are more and more facilities for students, such as free school transportation, Campus of united faculties, sports support and their designated areas, teachers and trained teachers, with its individual semester evaluation, this in other universities, at least local, is less common than in UAdeC.
The university is one of the best in the city but depending on the Major you are completing and the school you are part of it could either be one of the best places to study in the north of mexico or simply a bad school (like mine, Psychology) where they don’t teach you a single thing.
As it happens with a lot of public schools in Mexico, you can have great teachers or no teachers at all. Or you can end up being teach by the administrative personnel of the school instead of actual teachers with masters or Doctorate degrees (there is a rule that all of the directors, deans and administrative directors should have at least one class per semester, which might be good for them to keep their feet in the ground but often they happen to be the worst teachers of the faculty)
The university has different career options, in my case, I study in the Faculty of Chemical Sciences, all the professors have a PhD, the courses are constantly updated. It is possible to go exchange to another city or country.
The University is inclusive, and there are different options in terms of artistic and sports activities. The negative of it is that the internal quotas of each faculty and university are increasing, which limits the possibility of being able to continue studying.
The faculty of chemical science which is part of the Autonomous University of Coahuila has given me many opportunities for personal and professional development, within the faculty offer different postgraduate programs which favor the professional growth of students, also have programs are doctorates and agreements with other universities for academic exchanges. The UAdC is a university concerned with staying in the national and international quality standards, it provides economic support so that no student loses the opportunity to be realized. Even after I finish my degree I am still proudly ex UAdC and thanks to this hot worked in the pharmaceutical industry
it is very unfair to me that every year they are increasing the enrollment and the internal quota for the school since they collect a lot of money and only invest it in the things that suit them but never they invest money for the well-being or the necessities that it has in student
It is a recognized university, in addition, the cost of the inscriptions is very accessible in comparison with private universities, another characteristic is the selection of the professors since they have academic aptitudes for each professional area. In my opinion I would like to have more cultural areas, vrg, music, theater and sports that give more diffusion