Premio Internacional Bachillerato Anáhuac is a high level academic event seeking to develop skills and competencies for the Twenty-First Century, through a healthy competition and coexistence. It is characterized by fostering formation of human and spiritual values. Each year, and since 1996, more than 1,200 students participate in the final phase, and 3,500 in the qualifying round.
It is an efficient and successful mean for complementing the integral formation of our students, and it serves as a launching platform to release them in a prominent way as leaders of positive action able to meet the needs of society from different perspectives: scientific, business, communication, social and apostolic.
The profile of the judges attending this international contest is the evidence of the excellence demonstrated in the various categories in which more than 60 high schools participate: Projecting Mexico, Learning with Technology, Create Your Own Business, Declamation (in English and Spanish), Mathematics, Social Participation, Literary Creation (in English and Spanish), Researchers of the New Millennium, Building the World of Tomorrow, Leaders Speak, Debate (in English and Spanish), Conquering Values and Apostles of the Twenty-First Century.
The finalists are presented to a jury of specialists to whom the students show their leadership skills while explaining, defending and discussing their project, idea or vision. The winners, in addition to a recognition and institutional trophy, are creditors to a percentage of scholarship to study in any campus of the Red de Universidades Anáhuac.