Study in Mexico

The University of Arizona offers many educational experiences in Mexico including study abroad, faculty-led short term programs, and the opportunity to study at a UArizona microcampus in Puebla.

Image of UA and UPAEP staff at UPAEP campus in Puebla
From short, but meaningful and transformative excursions to the U.S. – Mexico borderlands to semester long stays at university partners throughout Mexico, UArizona students enjoy many mobility options that allow them to experience Mexico firsthand. Mexico is the United States’ largest trading partner and Spanish is the second most common language spoken in the United States.  UArizona students who experience Mexico firsthand, whether in their course of study, by conducting research, by gaining professional experience through internships or in collaborative project-based learning, will be better prepared for a career in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Learn more about Study in Mexico below.  

Study Abroad in Mexico

View of Rectoria at UNAM in Mexico City

UArizona students can select from semester-long exchange programs, summer and short-term faculty-led experiences, field work, and service learning projects that allow them to earn UArizona credit while studying in Mexico.

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Microcampus - UA Puebla

UArizona is launching its first microcampus in Mexico in Fall 2020 at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, UPAEP.  Students at UA Puebla can complete a dual Masters in Public Health Practice while studying at Puebla, in one of Mexico's most charming colonial cities blending modernity with tradition.

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UA and Univeristy of Guadalajara students, faculty and staff
UArizona and University of Guadalajara engineering students at Continental's Santa Anita research and design campus in Guadalajara collaborating on a design project sponsored by the German automotive manufacturer Continental.

Border Issues

Take an in-depth look at UArizona research in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.