Anahuac University

Anahuac University

The Anahuac University (México Norte) was founded in 1964 as a central institution belonging to the Legion of Christ Educational Project. It is one of the best private universities in Mexico, with more than 28 undergraduate programs, and more than 40 postgraduate programs.

Anáhuac means "near the water" in Nahuatl, the ancient Aztec language spoken in Tenochtitlan, which used to be the biggest and most crowded place in Central America, and now Mexico City, the house of our university.

The University has been distinguished lately due to the investment of more than $54 million dollars since 1990 into the campus.

A library with more than 200,000 books, one of the biggest in Mexico, is one of its best accomplishments.

In sports, the Anahuac's soccer team, Pegaso Anahuac is in the Mexican Primera A (professional football second division).

Campus

The Anahuac campus occupies an area of approximately 220,000 sq. meters. Altogether, it includes 4 cafeterias, 6 auditoriums, 1 chapel, 1 exposition center, 175 classrooms, 27 laboratories, 21 workshops, 18 computer labs.

The sports area is highly developed, as it hosts the Real Madrid soccer school franchise. Additionally, it has several basketball, volleyball, tennis, padel, soccer, indoor, football courts.

Schools

The Anahuac University has 14 faculties, the Real Madrid soccer football school and the Cordon Bleu authorized culinary program.

Famous Alumni

  1. Guillermo Ochoa goalkeeper for Club America of Mexico

Red Anahuac

The Anahuac Net consists of all the Legion of Christ Universities, from Chile to Italy.

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