Escuela de Periodismo Carlos Septién García

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Escuela de Periodismo Carlos Septién García
founding May 30, 1949
Sponsorship state
place Cuauhtémoc delegation, Mexico City
state Mexico, DF
country Mexico
director José Luis Vázquez Baeza

The Escuela de Periodismo Carlos Septién García (EPCSG) was the first Mexican educational institution for mass media , originally founded on May 30, 1949 and recognized as a university on July 2, 1976 by the Secretaría de Educación Pública .

The school was founded by Luis Beltrán y Mendoza with the support of the Acción Católica Mexicana . During the time as director of Avilés , the school broke away from the Acción Católica Mexicana and the associated political, ideological and political tendencies in the sense of freedom of teaching . The school was named after the second principal.

Studying at EPCSG up to the recognized degree usually takes eight semesters and includes theoretical and practical training in the areas of press, radio, television and internet journalism.


  1. Fernando Díez de Urdanivia y Díaz (* 1897, † 1966)
  2. Carlos Septién García
  3. José N. Chavez Gonzalez
  4. Carlos Alvear Acevedo
  5. Alejandro Avilés Insunza (* 1915; † 2005)
  6. Manuel Pérez Miranda
  7. Alejandro Hernández
  8. Manuel Pérez Miranda (second term)
  9. José Luis Vázquez Baeza (current)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Escuela de Periodismo Carlos Septién García ( Memento of June 14, 2008 in the Internet Archive ), description of the university (Spanish).