Is the # 1 institution in Mexico in terms of international student mobility.
Has cooperation agreements with 450 higher education institutions in over 40 countries. Among these are with 59 of the top 100 universities according to U.S. News of the World University Ranking.
Has sent over 70,000 students abroad and received 45,000 international students from over 50 countries in the last 11 years.
In 2007, the Chichen Itza archeological area was declared one of the 7 new Wonders of the World.
Internationally, Mexico ranks sixth among the countries with the largest number of sites included in UNESCO's "World Heritage List".
UNESCO declared Mexican cuisine Non-Material Cultural World Heritage in 2010.
The State of Puebla and the Federal District have the largest number of artistic monuments in the country.
Mexican free style wrestling, in addition to standing out in the world because of its technique, acrobatics and rules, it is also recognized because of its masked folklore and legends such as "El Santo" or "El Rayo de Jalisco".
In 1939, Mexican inventor Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena invented color television.
3 Mexicans have been Noble Laureates: Octavio Paz, Literature; Mario Molina, Chemistry; and Alfonso Garcia Robles, Peace.
The first indigenous radio station in Mexico ľXEVZ The Voice of the Mountainľ was installed in the State of Guerrero in 1979.