Universidad Iberoamericana (IBERO), in its Mexico-City campus, is acknowledged as one of Mexico’s top private educational institutions, widely known both in Mexico and abroad for the high quality of its study programs.
IBERO's underlying aim is to safeguard, disseminate and improve higher education by training the professionals, teachers, researchers and technicians our society needs. At present it offers:
Underpinned by the Jesuit educational tradition, which has flourished worldwide for close to five centuries, our institution blends science and humanism in all its academic endeavors.
The shield of the IBERO represents two wolves rampant on both sides of a pot supported by a chain as are represented in the coat of arms of the Loyola family, from which St. Ignatius belonged to, founder of the Society of Jesus religious order to which our institution is committed.
Below the image reads the motto of the University; “The Truth Will Set Us Free”, inspired by an evangelical quote from St. John (John 8.32).