Mexico City, Mexico Program Description
Universidad Iberoamericana provides students the opportunity to improve and polish their Spanish language skills, advance academically in their major and immerse themselves in Mexican culture. If a student has strong Spanish skills, he or she may take classes in regular academic departments.
Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, is approximately 2,280 meters (7,500 feet) above sea level and has a temperate climate with cool nights and mornings. The region boasts magnificent examples of the remains of the great Aztec Empire, the splendor of the colonial period and the invigorating cosmopolitan vitality of modern Mexico. Mexico City, which is the political, industrial, cultural and intellectual center of Mexico, has a population of about 20 million people. There is a rich mix of cultural offerings and opportunities. Leading artists, renowned speakers and national and world leaders, and sports figures regularly visit the campus. Students are encouraged to participate in art and sports programs. Art exhibits are often found in the university's newest building, a seven-story tower connected to the old library, which houses many collections of antique and rare books.