School of Graduate Studies Acatlán


36 years ago, the Escuela Nacional de Estudios Profesionales (ENEP) Acatlán opened its doors in the municipality of Naucalpan, State of Mexico, to respond to the need of the National Autonomous University of Mexico to provide a university education to a greater number of students; to introduce education innovations; to promote multidisciplinary areas of study and interdisciplinary work; to link research and teaching; to integrate theory and practice, and to collaborate with the surrounding communities. Today, as a Facultad de Estudios Superiores, Acatlán has consolidated itself as a university entity not only in academic and cultural areas, but in sports as well.

In the course of these past 34 years, Acatlán has grown not only in numbers, but more importantly, in quality. The increase in the number of students and teachers, the expansion of its infrastructure and a higher level of academic excellence have occurred simultaneously. This has made Acatlán one of the best institutions of higher education in the northeast metropolitan area, a position achieved because of the dedicated work of its community.

Recently the UNAM University Council acknowledged the academic and cultural consolidation that the ENEP Acatlán achieved throughout these years, and on March 5, 2004, granted the school the status of School of Graduate Studies (Facultad de Estudios Superiores).


Avenida Alcanfores s/n , esquina con San Juan Totoltepec, Col. Santa Cruz Acatlán, C.P. 53150, Naucalpan de Juárez, Estado de México


From Monday to Saturday, 08:00 - 22:00 hrs.


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Tel. (55) 5623 1775


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