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2 August 1982
| The Truth Will Make Us Free.|
1982; 35 years ago (1982)
Arturo Sosa Abascal, S.J.
Guillermo Prieto Salinas, SJ
Calz Luisa 2255, Universidad Iberoamericana, 27106 Torreón, Coah., Mexico
La Verdad Nos Hará Libres (The Truth Will Make Us Free.)
Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad d, Universidad Iberoamericana León, Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla, Technological Institute of La Laguna, Technological Institute of Torreon
Iberoamerican University of Torreón (Universidad Iberoamericana Torreón) belongs to the Jesuit University System (SUJ) and the Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America. The Iberoamerican University Torreón was founded in 1982 and has a student population of 1732 students. It offers 16 bachelor's degrees and five master's degrees. It has extension centres in the cities of Saltillo and Monterrey.
Iberoamerican University Torreón Wikipedia
The campus is located in the north of the city of Torreon, Coahuila; on the Calzada Iberoamericana # 2255.
The University has a Gymnasium-Auditorium, University Gallery, Historical Archive, Language Centre, Library, Cafeteria, Computer Centers, Multimedia Classrooms and Workshops for Engineering and Design. It also has sports facilities for various disciplines and a gym.
The University follows the Ignatian educational model of the Society of Jesus.Freedom of conscience of all its members
Constant and sincere openness to dialogue with all ideological currents
Academic freedom of teaching and research (within what is moral and right from a Christian perspective)
Real autonomy of the university functions, without dependent interests
Sense of social justice
Inspiration in Christian values, integrated with scientific advances and philosophy
Promoting interdisciplinary dialogue
Promotion among its members of a lively awareness of social problems, in service to the country
Directors and Senior Management
Education and Teaching Processes
Strategic Design and Innovation
Metallurgy and Materials
Social Processes Research