Vivir Mexico Study Abroad: Culture, History, and People Summer 2018
This is a hybrid program which includes online, service learning, and in-country experiences. Vivir Mexico explores the culture, history and people of Mexico and understand the political and bilateral issues faced by Mexico and the US through a variety of perspectives including a visit to the Mexican Senate and US Embassy. Students explore parallel identity issues within the Mexican experience including, but not limited to the Asian Mexican, Indigenous Mexican, African Mexican and emigrant Mexican experience. You will have an opportunity to work with community members, along with the opportunity to live, work, and impact the students of Mexico. Vivir Mexico involves some language immersion though instruction that will be conducted in English and there is no language requirement.
|Location||Terms Available||Languages of Instruction||Housing||What's Included||Application Deadline||Credit Type|
|Mexico City, Teotihuacan, Cholula, Puebla, Tolantongo, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende and various towns||Summer Session: June 18 - July 15, 2018||English||Hotel and Homestay||6 units credit, Housing, Travel, Insurance, Excursions, On-Site Transportation, Entrance Fees, Meals in Guanajuato||February 25, 2018
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Michelle Tellez, Ph. D.
Dan Xayaphanh, Director - Global Experiential Learning (GEL)