Universidad del Valle de Mexico recognized by CENEVAL

42 UVM programs recognized for high academic results


Universidad del Valle de Mexico recognized by CENEVAL

Authorities from the Mexican Ministry of Public Education (SEP) and the National Center for Higher Education Assessment (Ceneval) recognized Universidad del Valle de Mexico for having 42 academic programs with high academic performance during the period from July 2011 to June 2012.

Dr. Bernardo Gonzalez-Arechiga, who was recently named UVM’s Institutional Rector, received the acknowledgment on behalf of the institution, which were awarded based on the programs delivered at the San Rafael, Chapultepec, Tlalpan, Santa Fe, Lomas Verdes, Toluca, Texcoco, Lago de Guadalupe, Cuernavaca, Aguascalientes, Querétaro, Zapopan, Guadalajara South, Saltillo, Torreón, Puebla and Tuxtla campuses.

Dr. Gonzalez-Arechiga commented it is very important for Universidad del Valle de México to continue to participate in this process and to increase the number of awards in every degree and every UVM campus, "these awards are earned by our students, teachers, program coordinators and members of the academic cloisters and are an incentive for all those involved in their training, teachers and administration."

In 2012, 32 UVM programs were recognized, "now we increase the number to 42, which indicates that we are on the right track and will continue to maintain the energy and effort to achieve better results," said Dr. Gonzalez-Arechiga.

The 381-campus programs that were nationally recognized are those from public and private institutions that performed among the top in the Academic Performance Indicator for Undergraduate Programs (IDAP). For the period under review, 821-campus programs applied for admission to the Register.

The Register of Undergraduate Programs with high academic achievement for schools is a recognition of the achievements attained by its graduates and also gives companies relevant information about the quality of education attained by the graduates from various undergraduate educational programs in the country. This adds to the information disseminated by the Committees for the Evaluation of Higher Education (CIEES) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (COPAES) on the quality of educational programs.

Also participating in the event were Directors of the various UVM divisions, Eduardo García García, Dir Engineering Division; Raymundo Sanchez Calderon, National Dir Psychology; Bertha Soledad Santiago Martinez, Dir Health Division; Carlos Miguel Barber Kuri, Dir of Business Division; Saby Camacho Lopez, Dir National Nutrition, Sergio Carvallo León, Dir, Division of Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Design.

This article was originally written in Spanish and has been translated into English to be shared on the Laureate International Universities website.