Universidad Intercontinental

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Intercontinental University
Universidad Intercontinental
Seal of the Intercontinental University
Motto Ducit et Docet ("Conduce y Enseña")
Motto in English
"Guides and Teaches"
Type Private
Established 1976
Affiliation Guadalupe Missionaries
Dean Father Juan Corona
Location Mexico City, D.F., Mexico
19°16′48″N 99°10′16″W / 19.280°N 99.171°W / 19.280; -99.171Coordinates: 19°16′48″N 99°10′16″W / 19.280°N 99.171°W / 19.280; -99.171
Campus Urban
42.5 acres (172,000 m²)
Colours Yellow and Green         
Athletics Wild Swans
Sports Tennis, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Beach volleyball, Baseball, Football
Nickname Wild Swans
Website http://www.uic.edu.mx/

The Universidad Intercontinental (commonly known as UIC; in English: Intercontinental University) is a private Catholic University, located in Mexico City. Founded in 1976 by Guadalupe Missionaries and being one of the only six Mexican universities in the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU).

With historical strengths in dentistry,[1] Psychology,[2] and Pedagogy,[3] it is one of the top Mexican universities in these fields.

World leaders in the area of communications such as Rodrigo Flores López, Alfonso de Anda and Adriana Sodi majored from Universidad Intercontinental.

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  1. ^ "Odontología". Retrieved 2009-06-02. 
  2. ^ "Psicologia". Retrieved 2009-06-02. 
  3. ^ "Pedagogia". Retrieved 2009-06-02. 

External links[edit]

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