Multiple Semester and Summer Programs Available
Mexico is much more than a spring break destination. It is the business capital of Latin America and the United States’ third largest trading partner. Improve your Spanish language skills and understanding of Mexican culture in order to communicate with and serve the largest immigrant group in the US.
Each of our unique programs at our campus in Cuernavaca follow the CGEE model of experiential learning and are community-based. Students are immersed in various Mexican realities by meeting directly with people of diverse backgrounds, gaining essential skills for future academic and professional pursuits.
- Social Work in a Latin American Context (offered spring semester only)
- Migration, Globalization, and the Environment (offered spring semester only)
- Crossing Borders: Gender and Social Change in Mesoamerica (offered fall semester only)
- International Business and Global Citizenship (offered fall semester only)
- Language & Culture (offered summer term only)
- NEW – Global Educators Semester (offered spring semester only)
- The first semester of our brand-new program will launch spring 2018. For this first program, we will be giving away free airfare vouchers for the program for all participants! See the application link listed above for more details.
- Focus on peace, justice, corporate responsibility, sustainability, and social change throughout Mexico
- Intentional intercultural learning through topics such as Mexican history and politics, gender roles and sexuality, human rights, immigration, Indigenous cosmovision, and more
- Homestays with both rural and urban host families to add to the in-depth cultural experience. When not with host families, students stay in the CGEE house, a 10-minute walk from downtown Cuernavaca, a vibrant and exciting city
- Spanish-language courses, ranging from beginning to advanced levels, for each program
- Internships (for credit; unpaid) are also available
- In-country excursions (included with program costs). Experience Mexico City, Amatlan, Oaxaca, and more.*
*Please note regional travel will vary depending on program of participation and time of year.
Reviews and Blogs
Check out what our former students say at GoAbroad.com reviews. Our Mexico blog posts (including a Social Work blog) also give an on-the-ground look at life and study with our programs. We are also happy to connect you directly with program alumni, upon request.