hi! i was wondering if anyone had any information on like a study program in mexico. ive never been, but i heard its a very interesting place and i thought it might be fun to spend a few months studing there. does anyone know if this is possible? and if so, where would you recomend to go'
study in mexico
UCSD Extension (University of California, San Diego) has an excellent immersion program for non-native speakers. They have school facilities in Ensenada, Baja California and Guadalajara (also one in Madrid, Spain). The classes are one week minimum and you can attend as long as you like. They also have the option of living in a Mexican family's home while you attend class. The web site is http://extension.ucsd.edu/programs/customprogram/travelstudy.cfm and is worth looking into. Good luck. I would be interested in hearing about others.
Check out Kukulcan in Cuernavaca. They are a terrific group. The website is www.kukulcan.com.mx. The teachers are good and you can transfer college credit to numerous U.S. colleges and universities. You can choose a home stay or stay in one of the suites on the campus estate. My family and I have traveled there four times and have learned much and experience warmth and professional service. Good Luck!
I'm planning to go to Guanajuato
Don Quijote has a school there and many other places
I went to school at La Universidad de las Americas back in 1972-1973 and that was a great place to go for a year. It's in Cholula, outside of Puebla. They were on the quarter system back then so you may be able to do a few months stay. .
Mexican friends, where are you''!!