I have less than a year to graduate and it has been a totally wonderful trip to study what I like at this university. The classes and interactions with the teacher have been magnificent, I have exploited my abilities that I did not know I had.View more
Overall I have to say that my experience was very pleasant. Teachers are always willing to help you and give you tools that facilitate your graduation. The study bases that I took at that time were the correct ones, the career that I took needs constant updating and my teacher was well updated in that sense, some teachers did need to be more in trend but I think it is natural. The facilities could be better, but the schedules allow you to leave the campus to satisfy needs for food or distraction during “free hours”View more
First of all, my opinion is that Campus Merida does not appear in the system and I could not select it, I hope it will be useful for those who read it.
My experience at UVM was relatively good due to the aspects that are always present in the school. there are very good teachers who know how to give and explain their classes, and there are some subjects in which the teacher was changed every year because they did not meet the requirement to give the classes, as a student I felt the quality of the education was average, not outstanding but I am satisfied with it although I would have liked a better quality of the teachers since many times I did not feel an adequate understanding and above all being a paid school left my expectations high regarding what I expected, UVM Merida facilities are good, well organized I never had a complaint about that.
The biggest conflict that we high school students had was the administrative area, many times we encountered administrative problems with payments, paperwork, pre-registration, etc. It was not a very good experience in that area. Some students who chose to change campus (as is my case) had problems completing the bureaucratic and complicated process and the lack of experience or advice of the people in charge.
In general, leaving that problem aside, UVM Merida has an average level in terms of education, it’s not a bad institution, but I don’t think it’s one of the best at UVM either (I don’t know what the other campuses are like, I’ve heard there are better ones). The main thing I was happy about was that you can complete high school in two years if you need to finish a year early and save time for whatever you need.View more
My opinion about the University of the Valley of Mexico Campus Villahermosa, is quite positive, since it is a campus with one of the best facilities in the state and in the Mexican Southeast, with the contributions that they have acquired they started up projects of renovation of classrooms, laboratories, information centers, new technologies and sports areas that make the operation and learning reach the point that is estimated, therefore the University of the Valley of Mexico in Villahermosa has been within a range of the best 15 in the southern area Now, taking into account the point of learning, the university has excellently prepared teachers for specialized teaching in different careers, my case for example, I studied International Trade and during the 9 semesters I had professors with work experience for many years in the area of imports and exports, business administration and customs laws. This clearly served us all since we were prepared to graduate to be able to work in many to not say all areas of the race.
the University of the Valley of Mexico enters one of the most competitive in the region with other universities and even with other campuses of the same university, this healthy competition has allowed it to be among the best at a national level.
While it is true is a great university, not everything is pink, since its high enrollment and tuition costs has been strongly criticized by the student community and population in general, but when you graduate you realize that the investment was worth it and you’re ready to be an entrepreneur.
I highly recommend the University of the Valley of Mexico, in spite of being a bit expensive, the experience and learning that they give you in exchange will be the best thing that could have happened to you!
For me the University of the Valley of Mexico, Campus Lomas Verdes is good, it gives you the necessary bases but I think it is necessary to update and encourage more students to keep updating their knowledge about the subjects, during the race I think they gave us some subjects that taught me old programs (that's why I talk about updating) but basic, and they have been very useful, but I think we should always give a plus and not stay in the basics.View more
It was a great experience but the professors were not very professionals (not all of them). The concept of bicultural is great but in the execution wasn’t. Of all my Universities experiences this is the worst in the academic levelView more
In general this University has great study programs, at least in architecture is one of the best. The only problem with the university is their student services, for example, they take 1 year or more to give you your degree and license once you finish your studies.View more
It is a good university, however, in wanting to globalize and expand nationally, they leave quality aside because they focus on quantity. I suppose it would be more recognized and if they will focus on a few campuses the educational quality would grow enormously, the education offered is varied and has a very broad scheme of education since the curricula cover all aspects of any career so they are very complete and you have a broader horizon of the world of work.View more
I study medicine, in general I have very good teachers, very nice facilities and the level of medical care is good. The problem is that, as far as they are concerned with universities in other countries, medical care lacks these, so there are no exchanges.View more
The process of titling the University of the Valley of Mexico generates suspicion. Graduates live a meandering, long and onerous process to obtain their title and professional certificate. This process in the UVM has a cost of $ 13, 520.00, which, by regulation of the university itself, students can not manage directly to the General Directorate of Professions of the Ministry of Public Education. These offices of the SEP arrive in packs of one hundred paperwork from the hands of managers. Injured students are demanding that they investigate the causes of the delay in obtaining their degree. According to the Director of Authentication and Registration of the Professions Department, the normal procedure of delivery of the certificate ends in two to three months.View more