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6th International Summer Project – Mexico

Posted by on January 26th, 2011 · Uncategorized

The Universidad del Golfo de México is pleased to present its 6th international Summer Project.

The project consists of cultural immersion (through family homestay and workshops in indigenous villages) and Spanish language learning. It is organized in Oaxaca City (Mexico) from July 15th (arrival day: July 14th) until August 14th, 2011 and is open to any student older than 19 having finished successfully at least one academic year at university or college.

The goal of the project is to create links with overseas universities through this non-degree program for international students, inviting them to get to know our university, Mexican culture and regional traditions.

Our summer projects are organized in Oaxaca, the city of the Zapotecs and one of the most beautiful in the New World.  It is the perfect spot for cultural exchange between old (pre-columbian) and new cultures. 

As from today you will find information concerning our summer project 2011 on the following Webpage:

Thanks in advance for forwarding this information to your students (through announcements, digital study environment or website, you can also print this folder

If you wish more information about our university do not hesitate to contact us.  

NEW THIS YEAR: Students who are sent directly by the international office of your university/college can apply for a lower program fee (discount of 10%).  In that case, it is important that the international relations coordinator contacts us directly by e-mail to enroll the student by filling out this document.  If there are 3 or more students sent by your university, they will each receive a discount of 20% on the program fee.

How to apply:

UNSW students who wish to attend these courses should complete the GEP_Outgoing_UNSW application form and return to

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