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Mexico City, Puebla, Mexico

Program Description

Through a hospitality lens, students will get to know Mexico in its vibrant and global capital of Mexico City, and trace it from Aztec to modern times. With your blood pumping, you will ascend into the heart of Mexico, CDMX, the Teotihuacan Pyramid, and the most artistic city, Puebla. This two-week program also includes lectures in a partner school, IBERO, a museum visit, a culinary experience, learning about Mexico's culture and tourism, and nearby cities of CDMX.

The course will have tours to the most iconic places in Mexico City, such as the Pyramids, historic Central, museum visits, and local markets. The classes will be at one of the top schools in Mexico, IBERO with their hospitality instructors.

Location Description

Mexico City (CDMX) is the capital city of Mexico and one of the most important political, cultural, educational, and financial centers in North America.


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Students will be in shared double rooms and all accommodations will be centrally located in the downtown area or city center.

All meals will be provided as a part of the program.

Additional Items to Consider

Course work will be required prior to the start of the program.

Applicant Criteria

Applicants must have a GPA minimum of 2.0

Open to Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students

Application Process

This list serves as an application preview. To apply, students will need to complete the following:

  • Study Abroad Online Application ($40 fee)
  • Short essay
  • Resume
  • Interview with Program Director required

Further details and instructions about these application requirements will be available upon log-in. 

Application Deadline


All dates are tentative and subject to change


HM 498: Special Topics in Hospitality and Tourism Management: Immersive Cultural Learning in Mexico (3 credits)

Courses listed here are to be used as a general guideline for program curriculum. *All courses are considered pending until approved by the Academic Department, Program, and/or College.


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