Welcome to the Autonomous University of Guerrero (UAGro).

Study in Spanish in one of the top university in Mexico

UAGro, the place where to study in Mexico. Live an international experience in the golden state of Mexico. Students often comment on the collegiality and sense of community that exists on the 12 different campuses across the state. They also like as well as the many educational, cultural, and social activities within easy reach. They are a diverse institution with over 89,000 students and 40% of ethnic minorities. UAGro is one of the ten most popular universities in the country. This University is extremely proud of its high-quality academic programs and high graduation rates. Once students arrive on their campus, the UAgro team is dedicated to supporting them so they can have the best academic and multicultural experience in Mexico.

What to know about UAGro

The Autonomous University of Guerrero (Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero or UAGro) is a public and autonomous institution of secondary education and higher education in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Its main campus is in Chilpancingo, with facilities in Acapulco, Taxco, Iguala, Tixtla, Ometepec, Tecpan de Galeana, Altamirano and other cities in the state.

UAGro offers 34 Bachelor Degrees in addition of 29 postgraduate levels: in social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, health, agriculture, education, engineering, and administration. This institution has agreements at the National level with the National Autonomous University of Mexico and with the Autonomous Metropolitan University Xochimilco Unit. Not to mention, in an international way with the universities of the United States, France, Spain, Cuba, and Canada for collaboration and exchange.

In 2018, the Autonomous University of Guerrero teaches 21 university degrees. Additionally, the Autonomous University of Guerrero is also an online university. 

The dream to study in Mexico

Palacio de la Cultura Chilpancingo.jpg
By Ibiza1808 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link

Chilpancingo de los Bravo

Chilpancingo is the capital and second-largest city of the state of Guerrero, Mexico. The city is on Mexican Federal Highway 95 which connects Acapulco to Mexico City. It is served by Chilpancingo National Airport, which is one of the five airports in the state.
Truly a city for archeology’s lovers, because you will find here “Pezuapan”. An archaeological sits on the eastern slope of the Chilpancingo valley. With more than 4000m2 of archaeological vestiges, dated from 650 AD to 1150 AD.

Acapulco Bay 2010.jpg
By Sally from Willamette Valley - Oregon, USA - Acapulco, CC BY 2.0, Link

Acapulco de Juárez

We continue our little tour of the city of Acapulco. Known as the major seaport in the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of Mexico.  You surely have already heard of Acapulco before. But did you know that this city is the largest in the state and also Mexico’s largest beach and seaside resort city. As a matter of fact, the city is one of Mexico’s oldest beach resorts (a getaway for Hollywood stars and millionaires in the 1940s through to the 1960s).

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