The UNAM was founded in mid-1910 and is known as the National University of Mexico. Nineteen years later it managed to obtain its autonomy, thus achieving the name of the Autonomous University of Mexico. The entire building is considered one of the best in the country. Its campus is one of the most impressive in the world. In fact, in mid-2007, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site. UNAM headquarters are distributed nationally and internationally.


UNAM has 15 faculties and 13 of them are in the University City (campus located in the south of the Aztec country). Within its faculties are the Faculty of Sciences, Law, Economics, Engineering, Architecture, and Accounting and Administration. The latter has the largest number of students; the last census was carried out at the beginning of the year 2020. This faculty has 16,167 students. It also has 5 faculties belonging to the area of higher studies, 5 national schools and 5 national schools of higher studies. In addition to this, it has a distance learning process. The student receives the same training and no face-to-face action is required unless it is to carry out a final project.

UNAM methodology

The methodology used to carry out the degree thesis at the Autonomous University of Mexico is presented in 4 phases:

Phase 1 (Title, Summary, Introduction, Explorative Research)

The title is chosen by professionals specialized in the area of garage work review, or degree commission. Once accepted, the student can give rise to the completion of the thesis. You will have to carry out a summary section, where you will know the keyword from which you have been based to carry out the degree work. This summary should be short and have detailed information on the subject in general. The exploratory research chapter includes the background of the subject and the legal bases used for its investigation and subsequent writing.

Phase 2 (Contextual Framework)

This is the Chapter where we find the referential bases of the work. In the same way, research previously carried out by professionals, whose work is directly related to the topic to be discussed. All the theoretical content that can be collected must be exposed in this section. That includes formulas to use and tables. In the same way, a diagnosis of the context is detailed. This will allow a better understanding of the subject.

Phase 3 (Methodological Development)

This chapter has the information on the existing problem, and explains why the degree work is carried out.

Justification: the importance of the work and who or whom it will benefit is made known.

Objectives (both general and specific): the first of them details what you want to achieve with the work, while the specific objectives, the activities that will be carried out to specify the thesis are detailed. In the same way, the area where the work will be done and a hypothesis are explained, which corresponds to a section in which the different case studies used to corroborate the veracity of the proposed solution and with it, solve the problem are explained.

It also has a methodological approach, population and sample, techniques used to collect information and type of research used. In this case, it is specified whether it is field, descriptive or combined, the systematization of the data, and the analysis of the results.

Phase 4 (Conclusions, Bibliographic References and Annexes)

The conclusions will allow a better understanding of the topic and why it was chosen. For their part, the bibliographic references will be the sources used to extract the information that was needed to carry out the thesis. And finally, the annexes, in which the results obtained will be placed, these can have tables. spellings and images.

It should be noted that if any table is used, the font used must be placed, leaving: the name of the table or figure in the upper left. In the same way, the author’s name should be placed in the lower central part. This regardless of its author, since in case of being carried out by the student, in the same way their data must be in the corresponding section.

Methodology for the preparation of thesis at the Pontifical University of Lima (PUCP)

Writing Format at UNAM

The style of writing a thesis of the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) must be governed by a large number of rules, among which are:

  • Use arial letter number 12 and single line spacing
  • Between chapters there must be a separation sheet
  • The introduction is page number 1, but it should not be listed
  • All titles used must be written in capital letters and in bold
  • The main titles should be placed at the top center of the page
  • Secondary titles should be in the upper left.
  • All dates cited must be written in number
  • Citations, if they have 1 paragraph, are enclosed in quotation marks, are bold and do not have indentation; If it exceeds 1 paragraph, it must be indented 5 spaces and not bold.
  • The margin to be used must be 2.5 or 3 cm on the left side, and the upper and lower right edge must be 2.5 cm.
  • Bibliographic sources must be cited in alphabetical order and it must be detailed whether they belong to a physical material or to a web portal.
  • The work must be printed on a white sheet, it must not have erasures or dirt. Also, the sheet size must be A4

The thesis is required to have a clean writing that does not interfere with the reading of it. It is important not to include altered data, and / or false information as it could lead to the cancellation of the work in its entirety and a possible suspension of the student. Written information should not be redundant. It is important that the investigation process is respected, everything must be exposed in an orderly manner. An appropriate vocabulary should be used, especially technical.

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UNAM methodology

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