Why should I study in Mexico?

How to study in Mexico?

Many of Latin America’s most recognised universities are located in Mexico. The Universities in Mexico are often split into two types – private and public institutions. These can then be further split into either professional development universities or scientific research universities, which will be dependent on the subject you choose to take.

National performance: Mexico

Percent of all Universities 100% 80% 60% 40% < below Average above > 40% 60% 80% 100% Teaching & Learning 25% 58% Research 53% 16% Knowledge Transfer 67% 11% International Orientation 58% 12% Regional Engagement 33% 50%

How much does it cost to study in Mexico?

Public universities in Mexico can charge anywhere between $378 and $818 per academic year. Private institution charge much higher tuition fees for bachelor's degree studies, their tuition fees usually fall in the range of $1,636 and $16,353 per academic year.

Do I need a Student Visa for Mexico?

Students looking to study a degree in Mexico will need to apply for a student visa if their course lasts longer than six months – which will be the case for the majority of international students studying for undergraduate degrees.

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Main course

100 Mex$


30 Mex$

One-way ticket

8.50 Mex$

Cinema ticket

70 Mex$

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