Pagos y colegiaturas - Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP)
Pagos y colegiaturas - Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP)
Enrollment payments - New students

Registration fees

NEW STUDENTS
REGISTRATION PAYMENT FOR UNDERGRADUATE, MASTER, AND DOCTORATE

Payment Concept Cost
Mexican pesos
Tuition Advance
Undergraduate, six units $16,500
Onsite Master’s by Trimester, four units $13,600
Online Master’s, four units $10,800
Doctorate, six units $22,200
Health insurance, coverage by semester
does not apply to residential college students
$2,900
One-time admission fee** $10,750
Medical exam**
Pay at UDLAP Unicaja
$1,270


IMPORTANT: When using Banorte, you must make the advance tuition payment two working days before the registration date. Payments made at BBVA Bancomer, HSBC, Banamex, and Santander will appear in the Account Statement 30 minutes after the deposit is made.

** Fees exclusive for new students.

  • Information valid for Fall 2018.
  • Payments are non-refundable and subject to change without notice.
  • The student must pay the "SEP fee" that the Secretary of Public Education establishes.
  • New student registration must follow the valid guidelines.


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FAQs - New Students

What is a unit?

A unit is the course’s hours per class ratio. A course is normally 6 units for undergraduate. An undergraduate student enrolls in an average of 6 courses per semester, equivalent to 36 units

How can I calculate the cost of my semester?

The cost of the UDLAP unit is $2,750* mexican pesos for all undergraduate programs. To calculate the tuition, multiply the number of registered academic units by the unit cost. The minimum number of units to take is 30 per semester (5 courses of 6 units).

Example for a semester tuition
$2,750* x 30 units = $85,500 mexican pesos (minimum number of required units)
$2,750* x 36 units = $99,000 mexican pesos (average number of units)

*This cost corresponds to the Fall 2018 period, subject to change without notice.

What payments do I have to make?

Before Starting Classes

Tuition advance $16,500 (6 units)

IMPORTANT: The tuition advance payment made through banks must be made two working days before the registration date. Payments made at BBVA Bancomer, HSBC, Banamex, and Santander will appear on the Account Statement 30 minutes after payment.

  • Information valid for Fall 2018.
  • These payments are non-refundable and subject to change without notice.

Medical exam $1,270 (one-time fee)

You must pay for this exam at the UDLAP Unicaja before August 6th, 2018. Students of the undergraduate program for Medical Surgeon are exempt of this payment.

All new students who take their medical exam after their first registered period will have to pay a penalty fee of $635 mexican pesos.

  • Information valid for Fall 2018.
  • These payments are non-refundable and subject to change without notice.

One-time admission fee payment $10,750 (one-time fee).

You pay this fee just once when enrolling in the undergraduate program. It must be paid before August 6th, 2018.

  • Information valid for Fall 2018.
  • These payments are non-refundable and subject to change without notice.

One-Time Admission Fee for Residential Colleges $3,970 mexican pesos (one-time fee)

This payment is for students who enroll in the residential colleges Cain-Murray, Ray Lindley, Ignacio Bernal and José Gaos.

You pay this fee once, whether you live in residential colleges during your entire university career or only for one or more semesters.

  • Information valid for Fall 2018.
  • These payments are non-refundable and subject to change without notice.

SEP Fee of $86 mexican pesos (cost per enrolled period.) Fee subject to change without notice

This payment must be made before August 6th, 2018.

  • Information valid for Fall 2018.
  • These payments are non-refundable and subject to change without notice.

Health Insurance payment (GNP) $2,900 mexican pesos (cost per semester)

This payment is only for students who do not hand in a copy of a valid health insurance policy during the times defined by the UDLAP insurance area. The fee will be added to your account statement in September 2018, and must be paid before September 20th, 2018.

  • Information valid for Fall 2018.
  • These payments are non-refundable and subject to change without notice.

Payments Due After the Start of the Semester

Payment of pending tuition balance and, if applicable, balance of university colleges (per enrolled period)

Use one of the following payment methods:


Cash payment

Pay the tuition balance, residential colleges balance (if applicable), or other pending fees on August 22nd to 24th.


Deferred payments

Make four payments for tuition and residential colleges (if applicable), assuming a financial cost of 3.2% monthly interest over the unpaid balance.

1st payment: August 28th-31st
2nd payment: September 24th-28th
3rd payment: October 25th-31st
4th payment: November 26th-30th

You must consult the monthly payment amounts from the first day of payment on your student’s web account at http://intranet.udlap.mx/estadodecuenta/. If the monthly payments are not made on time, a monthly 6% arrears interest will be charged on the outstanding balance.

* Fees and percentages correspond to the Fall 2018 period, and are subject to change without notice.

At the Bank

To pay at the bank, you must include the account or agreement number and student bank reference.

Cash: Payments made during working hours at BBVA Bancomer, HSBC, Banamex, and Santander will be seen in the student’s account in 30 minutes. Banorte payments will be reflected in 24 hours.

Check: Issued to Fundación Universidad de las Américas, Puebla. Checks from the same bank deposited during working hours in BBVA Bancomer, HSBC, Banamex, and Santander will be reflected in the student account statement within 30 minutes, checks from different banks destined for HSBC, Banamex, BBVA Bancomer and Santander will be reflected in the account statement of student in 24 hours, checks from other banks to Banorte will be reflected in 48 hours.


The necessary information is:


Bank Account or Agreement
BBVA Bancomer Agreement CIE 32495
Banamex Fund Account 51642 (Branch 870)
HSBC Agreement RAP 8132
Santander Reference Payment Agreement 3560
Banorte Business Payment Account 94742


Bank Reference:

The reference number consists of two zeros, the student ID number, and verifying number.


0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two zeros Student ID number Verifying number

Electronic Payment

  • Multi-payment: Go to www.udlap.mx and click on direct access (“accesos directos”); select Electronic Payment (Pago Electrónico), and follow the instructions. The payment will appear in the student’s account statement immediately.
  • Bank Webpages (service payments): Operations made during bank working hours at BBVA Bancomer, HSBC, Banamex and Santander, will appear in the student’s account in 30 minutes. Those made in Banorte will clear in 24 hours.
  • ATM: payments made during bank working hours at BBVA Bancomer, and HSBC, will appear in the student’s account in 30 minutes.

Payment at UDLAP Unicaja

Located in Building 1, Office 109. Working hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 17:00. The payments will clear immediately and you can make them as follows:

  • Cash: for up to $5,500 mexican pesos, equivalent to two undergraduate units.
  • Check: issued to Fundación Universidad de las Américas, Puebla.
  • Credit Card: VISA and MasterCard with an administrative fee of 2.18% and American Express with an administrative fee of 4.43%.
  • Debit Card: no administrative fee.
  • Direct Billing: to a checking or debit account, American Express credit card (administrative fee of 4.43%), VISA or MasterCard (administrative fee of 2.18%).

To obtain this service, the cardholder or account holder must sign the authorization form at the UDLAP Unicaja.


IMPORTANT: You must renew the direct billing service each academic period, except for students with Banorte student loans.

* Information valid for Fall 2018.


Can I pay for the Residential Colleges in cash and for tuition in monthly payments ?

No. However, you can make advance payments, which will apply indistinctly to the oldest charges. Making anticipated payments reduces the amount due for financial interest fees.


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