Universidad Bancaria De México

2020: 4,092, Enrolled Students

2020 : 54.4%, Women Enrolled Percentage

2019-2020: 6.2%, Enrollments Growth

2020 : 35, Graduated Students

2020 : 65.7%, Women Graduates Rate

2019-2020 : 25%, Graduate Growth

Universidad Bancaria De México is a professional training institution, located in the state of Estado de México (4,092), begin Teoloyucan (4,092) the municipalities that concentrate the greatest number of students.

In 2019, Universidad Bancaria De México had 4,092 enrolled, of which 46% (1.87k) were men and 54% (2.23k) were women. In addition, the institution had 627 undergraduates, of these 289 were men and 338 women. The areas with the most graduates in 2019 were social sciences and law (149), Business Administration (123), and Education (111).

Same year, Universidad Bancaria De México had 35 graduates, of these 12 were men and 23 women. The areas with the most graduate students in 2019 were Education (17), social sciences and law (15), and Technology of the information and communication (2).

This institution had 284 bachelor's degree, of these 110  were men and 174 women, and being the areas with the most bachelor's degree students Education (78), Business Administration (52), and social sciences and law (51).

Undergraduates, Graduates and Bachelor's Degree

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Academic Status

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In order to understand better the academic status, Undergraduates, Graduates and Bachelor's Degree definitions are presented according to the glossary of the National Association of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education (ANUIES).

Undergraduates: Student who, having approved all the subjects and established requirements of a study program during the immediately preceding school year, is credited with the respective study certificate.

Graduates: Student who at the end of the previous school year obtained the degree that legally recognizes the completion of the studies program, regardless of the year of graduation.

Bachelor's Degree: Student who at the end of the previous school year obtained the title that legally recognizes the completion of the studies program, regardless of the year of graduation.

Student Situation

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The visualization shows the academic situation by campus and faculties of the Universidad Bancaria De México.

In 2019, the disciplines with the most male bachelor's degree in the Universidad Bancaria De México were Degree in graphic design (15), architect Engineer (14), Degree in mechanical engineering automotive (13), Law degree (11), and Degree in physical culture and sport (9).

In the case of women, the disciplines with the most graduates are Degree in Education (71), Degree in psychology (16), Law degree (15), Degree in graphic design (11), and Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (9).

Student Situation by Grade

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(2019): 35, Total Graduates

23 students (2019): 65.7 %, Female Graduate Rate

In 2019, Universidad Bancaria De México had 627 graduates, 35 graduates and 284 graduates of their studies.

Distribution of Students by Faculty

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(2019): 4,092, Enrollments

Top 1 (2019): 469, Degree in Education

In 2019, Universidad Bancaria De México had 4,092 enrolled. The areas with the highest number of enrolled were social sciences and law (944), Business Administration (780), and Services (578).

New Income by State

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(2019): 1,620, New Students

Top 1 (2019): 1,434, Enrollments Estado de México

In 2019, the largest number of students enrolled in the Universidad Bancaria De México come from Estado de México (1,434), Ciudad de México (150), and Hidalgo (15).

Student Comparison

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Enrolled and Graduates

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Enrolled (2019): 4,092, Total students

Graduates (2019): 35, Total students

In 2019, Universidad Bancaria De México had 4,092 enrolled, of which 45.6% were men (1,866) Y 54.4% were women (2,226). In contrast for the same year, there were 35 graduate students, of which the 34.3% they were men (12) and the 65.7% they were women (23).