Universidad Anáhuac Cancún

The Universidad Anáhuac Cancún is an institution of higher education that, as a community of teachers and students, seeks truth and goodness in everything, and is committed to the integral formation of people who exercise leadership and thus contribute to the Christian transformation of society and culture.

The Anáhuac University Network is a group of institutions of higher education that share an identity and their own educational model and collaborate closely in multiple fields to ensure the fulfilment of the mission: to promote consolidation, optimise operations and enhance the growth of its members, as well as to promote its expansion and alliance with other institutions.

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"Anahuac" literally means "near the water". Region of the central lakes that was the site of the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlán, the most populated and culturally developed centre of Central America, where Mexico City now stands.

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Our emblem, inspired by the image of a weaving process, symbolically captures the work of interaction and development that characterises education: our fundamental task and commitment.

Motto

Our motto "Vince in bono malum", which means "Overcome evil with good", is taken from St. Paul's letter to the Romans (12-21) and represents the synthesis of our educational philosophy.
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