Schools in Mérida

Its great universities are the result of the city's interest for knowledge and development of science research, for which it is recognized as the education center of Mexico's southeast. Public and private, without religious affiliation or Catholic, the universities of Yucatan in Merida are distinguished for the high education level they offer.

Greatest house of studies in the State of Yucatan. Public institution.
Calle 60 No. 491-A por 57
Phone (999) 930-0900

University and postgraduate institution managed by the Legion of Christ.
Carretera Mérida-Progreso Km. 15.5
Phone (999) 942 4800

Of Marist affiliation, this private university offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees plus courses.
Periférico Norte Tablaje Catastral 13941 Carretera Mérida - Progreso
Phone (999) 941 0307

Higher technical education.
Calle 115 No 404 x 50 Colonia Santa Rosa
Phone (999) 940 6102

Founded in 1910 as a joint project with the Escuela Normal de Veracruz, this education institution currently offers private education from preschool to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
S.C.P. Calle 56-A Paseo de Montejo No. 444.
Phone (999) 927 9833


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