UTM expands mixed system in Gastronomy and Renewable Energies
According to the demand presented by students from the Technological University of Morelia (UTM), the mixed system offer…
It is a requirement to have a Higher University Technician degree in the career that you wish to study.
Morelia, Michoacán, August 17, 2022.- According to the demand presented by students of the Technological University of Morelia (UTM), the mixed system offer is extended to the degree in Gastronomy and Engineering in Renewable Energy and Maintenance Industrial.
It is a requirement to have the title of Superior University Technician (TSU) in the career that is intended to be studied and to demonstrate that due to their formal work activity they cannot attend classes from Monday to Friday. For this, the interested parties must present: receipt of fees, employment certificate issued by the Productive Unit (UP) in which they work, and the Certificate of Fiscal Situation of the UP.
Graciela Andrade García Peláez, rector of the UTM, expressed that like the mixed model of Industrial Maintenance Engineering, the possibility is opened in the Degree in Gastronomy, and in Renewable Energies, with online classes during the week, delivery of activities to develop and research, and on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings in workshops and laboratories, thus optimizing one of the virtues of the UTM Academic Model, with 70 percent of practical activities.
Andrade García Peláez explained that the continuity of studies in the three careers implies studying 5 semesters; that is, they will complete their professional training in 1 year 8 months. The subjects that make up each semester can be found on the official page www.ut-morelia.edu.mx
UTM alumni interested in completing their professional studies in this mixed system should go to the Department of School Services of the Technological University with the necessary documents already described.
The registration process closes next Friday, August 19. Remember that the second admission exam is this Saturday, August 20, online at 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Registration is done online on the official website of the UTM.