Theodore von Kármán, aerospace engineer and physicist who was active primarily in the fields of aeronautics and astronautics, once said: “Scientists discover the world that exists; engineers create the world that never was”.
We recently celebrated 50 years of training engineers in our classrooms, workshops and laboratories. Immersed nowadays in the digital age, we install in our students the competencies that Industry 4.0 requires: problem solving, decision making, teamwork, critical thinking, negotiation and communication skills, among others. We know that complicated and uncertain times are coming, so you will need a great preparation to successfully take on interesting and challenging life projects.
Our programs are internationally accredited so that your studies can be recognized and appreciated anywhere in the world. We try to ensure that we are always at the forefront of technological innovation and in constant contact with business reality. We believe that it is important that, before finishing your degree, you gain some experience in the professional field, so that you choose the course of action that suits you best.
Our professors have more than two thousand years of cumulative professional experience in the field of engineering and use the most advanced teaching tools. In addition, we have mentors who will accompany you during your undergraduate studies to help you undertake projects that are better related to your interest, be it a business, a master's degree or taking advantage of a job opportunity in a company.
At Anahuac University, we form people with integrity, capable of understanding the circumstances surrounding them, of solving difficult social problems and taking on the high challenges that move them to change the world through technology. We form leaders who preach by example, ethical in their behavior and responsible in their actions, aware of others’ needs and willing to do what is right.
I invite you to join the enthusiastic (and intense) group of Anahuac engineers.
Mtro. Guillermo Hijar Fernández
Dean of the School of Engineering