8 Best universities for Urban and Regional planning in Mexico

Below is the list of best universities in Mexico ranked based on their research performance in Urban and Regional planning. A graph of 10.4K citations received by 710 academic papers made by 8 universities in Mexico was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with an official site as it's constantly changing data.

  1. For Urban and Regional planning

    National Polytechnic Institute logo
    Acceptance Rate
    100%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1936
  2. For Urban and Regional planning

    National Autonomous University of Mexico logo
    Acceptance Rate
    8%
    Enrollment
    360,883
    Founded
    1551
  3. For Urban and Regional planning

    Metropolitan Autonomous University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    20%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1974
  4. For Urban and Regional planning

    University of Guadalajara logo
    Acceptance Rate
    39%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1792
  5. For Urban and Regional planning

    Colegio de Mexico logo
    Acceptance Rate
    11%
    Enrollment
    375
    Founded
    1940
  6. For Urban and Regional planning

    Autonomous University of the State of Mexico logo
    Acceptance Rate
    34%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1956
  7. For Urban and Regional planning

    Monterrey Institute of Technology logo
    Acceptance Rate
    55%
    Enrollment
    92,736
    Founded
    1943
  8. For Urban and Regional planning

    Autonomous University of Baja California logo
    Acceptance Rate
    75%
    Enrollment
    37,500
    Founded
    1957

The best cities to study Urban and Regional planning in Mexico based on the number of universities and their ranks are Mexico City, Guadalajara, Toluca, and Monterrey.