STUDY ABROAD / INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE : MEXICO, Guadalajara

Léa Gaillard, a graduate management student from Grenoble EM, talks about her experiences at ITESM Campus Guadalajara.

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I had an opportunity to study at ITESM Campus Guadalajara for one year. It is easily possible that the year in Mexico is going to be the best year of my life because of the things we can afford to do, unlike in Europe. In fact, Mexico is a perfect place combining cheap costs and outstanding landscape.  

Photos and text by Léa Gaillard                          

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The campus & the facilities are just “WONDERFUL”!
You can find everything you need to study in perfect conditions.

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What I really appreciate here is the possibility to study both in English and Spanish …

International students in Mexico

….and also to get involved in a volunteer social work during your free time. For instance, you can devote a bit of your time to working for Children International.” says Léa Gaillard

Culture in Mexico

Mexico is an amazing country full of colors and odors. People are really friendly and welcoming…

Tradition in Mexico

….It’s very easy to get in touch with them as they really like to meet other people and make you discover their country.

Exchange students discover local food

Mexican food is delicious. Obviously, some stuff is a bit spicy and not always very healthy but you really have to try it 🙂

Relaxing while at the Tech de Monterrey

Last but not least, Guadalajara is considered to be a city with the best weather in Mexico. Actually, it’s a city of the eternal spring: the weather is just perfect all year long.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

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See also:

Photo Essay: Mexico Through the Lens

The Cultureur: “The Beauty of Mexico in 50 Pictures by pxleyes; Mexico Photos by National Geographic;  Pictures for the Mexicophile by MexConnect.”

The Charm of Mexico City

The Cultureur: “When I finally visited Mexico City a few months ago, I fell in love with it. From the Bohemian culture of Condesa to the posh enclave of Polanco, Mexico City was a maddening mix of the old and new, and the rich and poor.”

British student Hugo Scheckter talks about studying in the US

Textbooks and Passports: “The 21-year-old from Laverstoke, Hampshire, explains why he decided to pursue his studies in the States: “I was looking for a new experience after having grown a bit bored of the UK education system. I’d always loved visiting America so I thought it was a natural choice.”

A comparison of higher education spending around the world

Textbooks and Passports: “The UK spends far less on higher education as a percentage of GDP than most OECD countries.”

Hasta Luego California; Hola Baja, Mexico!

“The Department of State has been issuing traveler alerts since 2008, with wordingthat becomes stronger with each renewal for crossing into Mexico. So I’m sure you could understand my hesitation to travel, while pregnant, into this unfamiliar territory.” says Leslie Carter in Bucket List Productions

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  1. Pingback: David Reyna, chemical engineer, international businessman, strategic planner and lover of spicy food: A Mexican view of studying in France | GlobalEd

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