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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Study Abroad Minimum Class Standing: 1 Sophomore
Minimum GPA: 2.75 Language GPA Requirement: 3.0
Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Language Requirements: Spanish - 1 Year college level
Area of Study: Anthropology, Cultural and Linguistic Immersion, Humanities, Spanish Language and Culture
Program Description:
Mexico offers sunshine, blue seas, crystal-white beaches, jungles, mountains, the fascinating remains of ancient cultures, and a colorful mix of contemporary cultures and customs. Studying in Mexico offers you the opportunity to bring relevance and reality to your education by improving your Spanish language skills and deepening your understanding not only of Mexico, but also of yourself and your own country.

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The city of Queretaro, situated in the State of Queretaro, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its colonial aqueduct as a major landmark and a wonderfully preserved city center, Queretaro embodies the beauty of colonial Mexico. Many international companies have located in and around Queretaro giving it an excellent reputation as a center for business and commerce. With a population of nearly 600,000 inhabitants, Queretaro is large enough to be interesting, and small enough to be very livable.
Students have multiple opportunities to study in Querétaro, Mexico, a top study abroad destination since 1986. Students may choose a 14-week semester Mexican Studies Program in fall, or one of the three different Summer Session options for 5, 6 or 11-weeks. As neighboring North American countries Mexico and the United States share a long history and an ever evolving relationship. Mexico, one of the US’s largest trading partners, is a fascinating and culturally rich country undergoing significant changes in the 21st century. Characterized by an unusual blend of ancient cultures and contemporary society, Mexico invites closer examination. Querétaro, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its safety, central location and economic stability is an ideal city to experience Mexico and get to know its people.


Located in the heart of colonial Mexico, off the tourist path, the Querétaro program is designed for rapid language advancement integrated with significant cultural immersion.
Students may earn up to 24 credits (fall semester), and in summer sessions up to 12 credits in a 5 or 6- week session and up to 24 credits in the 11-week session. Classes are small and taught in Spanish by experienced Mexican faculty. When offered, an ESOL class in the 5-week session is taught in English.
Individual placement with a carefully selected home-stay family
Whether on a class excursion to historical sites, traditional markets, local landmarks or on a program field trip to a different region, students have multiple opportunities to learn through direct engagement with Mexican people, history and culture.

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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2020 04/01/2020 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.