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Yucatán is easily one of the most delightful and widely visited places in Mexico. The Yucatán Peninsula is filled with tropical beaches, stunning scenery, and exotic wildlife. The major allure and essence of the state of Yucat´ån come from its rich culture and history. This includes a mix of the Mayan, Spanish, and Mexican influences.

Yucatán state also has several unique towns and villages that one can explore. Its biggest city and capital, Mérida, is where one can find the most opportunities to study, socialize, hang out, party, and more. One can also find various monuments and works of art and architecture made by the Mayans and Spanish colonials. This makes the city more vibrant and fun.

Now, while most people visit as tourists or on business, there is a growing culture of education which makes people look at the place differently. This means that people started looking at visiting this beautiful state not just as a tourist or a visitor but also as dedicated students. This way, one can experience its beauty by living and engaging with the locals for longer.

Thus, because of the booming education scene, Yucatán has attracted international students. Yucatán also makes for an all-inclusive package offering various avenues to grow in academics and life. In this article, we will take a closer look at some of the top universities in Yucatán.

But before we jump in, students reading this should also be aware of keeping their academics in check. This is because looking at foreign locations to study can be a complex process that needs a lot of energy and time. Thus, one is advised to handle their present work before looking at study locations.

Today’s students also benefit from using online services to get some of their extra work done for them. For example, students can use a top platform like Studyfy to order an essay, edit a paper, or proofread a document. Using such services frees up time while also helping students with their scores.

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In no particular order, here are the Top 5 universities in Yucatán.

1) Autonomous University of Yucatán (Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán)
This institution continually invests in expanding its educational capacity to fulfill its goals. And so, with the implementation of modern ideas, this university started picking up steam in terms of attracting more students. Today, UADY has more than forty-five face-to-face programs with a student acceptance rate of just over four thousand per year.

This university has also jumped several ranking spots in the past few years. According to the Scimago rankings, it jumped from 90th place in 2019 to 65th place in 2021 – out of 160 evaluated universities in Mexico. Today, one can find courses across disciplines in music, fine arts, engineering, economics, management, and more.

2) Metropolitan Technological University (Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana)
This public university is located in the south of Merida and was established in 1999. The MTU believes that the best way to educate is by preparing its students for the future. This means that it conducts its programs by combining all the relevant forms of humanistic and technological aspects. This modern philosophy and execution have made it a top technical university in Mexico.

The university also trains its students to become capable of contributing to business growth. And to that end, most of the programs offered are 70% practical and 30% theoretical. This format enables students to begin their professional journeys better and quicker. It also sees itself as a benchmark for social and economic development at various levels.

3) Modelo University (Universidad Modelo)
Modelo was established in 1997 and is officially recognized by the Secretaría de Educación Pública, Mexico. This university is a private higher-education institution that has a good countrywide ranking. Students can choose from various courses and programs in multiple fields that can lead to officially recognized degrees.

Modelo University has a fantastic location and campus in the capital city of Mérida. The campus has a cafeteria, gymnasium, culture center, library, laboratories, and more. The university is known to attract sports lovers or those who seek various campus facilities.

4) Technological Institute of Mérida (Instituto Tecnológico de Mérida)
This university was established in 1961 and has two campuses in Merida today. Both campuses are sought-after for their programs as they have several modern facilities. Although this university is a non-profit institution, it has a good rank and attracts students from all over the country and beyond.

This technological university offers courses in business management, chemistry, biotechnology, engineering, etc. For over 50 years, the institute has aimed to improve the community by providing well-trained field experts. And this has made it one of the best technical institutes in the country that also attracts international students.

5) Mayab University (Universidad Anáhuac Mayab)
This university is a private institution for higher studies established in 1984. It was the first to have received 100% accreditation for all its programs. Today, it offers over twenty-two bachelor’s programs along with master’s and doctorate programs.

Mayab University has a well-placed location and a beautiful campus. It’s an excellent choice for those looking for top courses, cultural programs, and sports facilities. This well-acclaimed university also offers various scholarships and student exchange programs. The Mayab university is also known to keep lifelong connections with its ex-students and alumni.

The Bottom Line

It’s true: Mexico has been a fantastic tourist destination for millions of Americans throughout its history. Although, in recent years, most people, Americans included, have been looking at Mexico differently. And this has a lot to do with the progress the most significant Mexican authorities have been making, especially in the educational and business sectors. The above list should help those looking to study in the Peninsula’s state of Yucatán in Mexico.

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