Study abroad in Mexico and dodge the winter blues when you study Spanish and Spanish culture at Universidad Internacional, ranked by the New York Times as one of the top language schools in the world. On January in Mexico, opportunities abound for you to immerse yourself in Mexican culture, make international friends, and learn Spanish in and out of the classroom. Get excited about:
The legendary climate – Cuernavaca was nicknamed the “City of Eternal Spring” by Alexander von Humboldt in the 19th century. If you’re looking for the perfect place to spend your winter, look no further. You will enjoy blue-sky days with temperatures that rarely deviate from the mid-70s.
Field trips and intercultural activities – As a study abroad student on January in Mexico, you will have a wide variety of educational opportunities outside the classroom.
Small language classes and individualized academic attention – By small, we mean no more than 5 students! You will have individualized academic attention throughout your coursework.
A fashionable, contemporary city – Gated haciendas, nightlife, and glamorous architecture have helped establish Cuernavaca as a beautiful, cosmopolitan city. But if you need a change of pace while you’re there, Mexico City—one of the largest, most energetic cities in the world—is only about an hour away.
A robust social scene – Cuernavaca has a wonderful variety of social opportunities for all interests and tastes. Most of Cuernavaca’s inhabitants are young people, and you will find them socializing in venues around the city every night of the week.