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Strategic lines and goals

As a result of the reflection on the institutional Mission and the consideration of the external environment and the internal situation of the Universidad Anáhuac México, the following strategic lines and objectives are proposed to achieve the Vision established for the year 2020 for our North and South Campus.

  1. Student formation for all.
    To deepen our understanding and actions in the areas of student formation, social commitment, leadership and values, and its link with academic life.
  2. Integration of the Anáhuac México community.
    To constitute a living university community, committed to its Catholic identity, with social responsibility and continuous improvement in the academic, administrative and communication fields; with a co-responsible, flexible, effective and talent-promoter government.
  3. To consolidate the leadership of the Anáhuac presence in the metropolitan area of Mexico City
    To have two centers of excellence, with an assorted, relevant and innovative educational offer, both in undergraduate and graduate studies and a renewed approach to professional and continuing education.
  4. Deepening and Improvement of the Anahuac Educational Model.
    To strengthen the academic quality achieved, giving depth and focus to the disciplinary offer; that it recognizes and develops the central role of the Anáhuac Academic and contributes innovative elements to our educational model.
  5. Strategic link with the productive and social sectors.
    To strengthen strategic alliances with our graduates and productive, public and social environment organizations that develop our students in a relevant educational, innovative, entrepreneurial and international environment.
  6. Social impact research.
    To develop a culture of research linked to the mission and innovation, which should be adequately disseminated and allows the training of researchers.
  7. Internationalization
    To consolidate the internationalization as part of the institutional culture, pervading the teaching-learning process and research.