Sixty-seven percent of applicants for enrollment in University of Guadalajara (UdG) courses in the coming semester have been rejected.
Only 18,162 out of 54,335 applicants were successful in gaining entry to the country’s second largest public university.
Degree courses most in demand were medicine (for which only one out of ten applicants were accepted), law, nursing, psychology, international business, accounting, administration and architecture. These eight courses accounted for almost 48 percent of the total number of applications for the 126 courses the university offers. The least popular were digital journalism and anthropology.