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.

History[edit]

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.

Campuses[edit]

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

Academic profile[edit]

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

External links[edit]

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