Universidad Latinoamericana

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Universidad Latinoamericana (ULA) is a for-profit university in Mexico. It is part of Apollo Global, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Apollo Group, based in the United States.


The Universidad Latinoamericana was founded in 1975, and is located in México City, Morelos, Cuernavaca and Tlalnepantla, Estado de México.

In 2007, it was purchased by the Apollo Group Inc., a corporation based in Phoenix, Arizona. The company owns and operates four for-profit institutions through its subsidiaries and owns several for-profit educational institutions, including Universidad Latinoamericana.


The university has five campuses: Valle, Norte, Cuernavaca, Florida and Reforma.

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It offers preparatory classes, 17 degree programs, 5 master's degrees and 6 specializations.

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Coordinates: 19°21′41″N 99°10′38″W / 19.3613°N 99.1773°W / 19.3613; -99.1773