Autonomous Metropolitan University Mexico (UAM)

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana de Mexico

Prolongación Canal de Miramontes 3855
Col. Ex-Hacienda San Juan de Dios
Alcaldía de Tlalpan
C.P. 14387, Ciudad de México.


The IAU WHED ID Is a global unique identifier. Learn more here on the IAU World Higher Education Database.

Logo UAM Mexico


The Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM) is a public university founded on 1974 on the idea of innovation. It offers 82 undergraduate
and 113 graduate programs, and has over 194,000 students at five locations.

Sustainability at UAM

UAM has been committed to sustainability for more than a decade. In 1974, UAM was the first Mexican university to offer an undergraduate degree in Environmental Engineering. Today, several of the academic divisions have sustainability degrees and research within a multidisciplinary perspective. With a strong link to our social environment, our flexibility has helped us maintain our place in the vanguard of higher education. Every campus has their own sustainability plan and activities. Many activities are around learning, research and community engagement. 

Learn more about Sustainability at UAM here.

Actions towards sustainability for this university

News for this university

IAU-UOC Webinar: The Mental Health Crisis - Building Resilience in a Changing World

//Watch the recording & read the event summary// Addressing Mental Health issues of students and staff at universities and taking preventive measures through information and e-health tools were some of the examples described by experts during this webinar.

Documents of this university

No documents are yet available for this university.

Events for this university