Spanish Colonial Cathedral, Puebla, Mexico
for Mexican Culture and Society in Puebla
This program has been established through a Consortium consisting of Oberlin, Smith, Wellesley and Wheaton Colleges in order to offer qualified students direct enrollment in one of Mexico's leading public and research universities, the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP). During the Colonial period, Puebla rivaled Mexico City in the importance of its art and architecture, a heritage that it proudly upholds today. The University offers degrees in 55 subjects ranging from the Humanities and Social Sciences to law and medicine.
Students will be housed with local families, including all meals and laundry facilities. There are excursions to Mexico City and Oaxaca, as well as to local sites. Students may study in Puebla for one semester, fall or spring, or for the full academic year.
The application deadline to study abroad for the Fall Semester or for a Full Academic Year is March 15th .
The application deadline to study abroad for the Spring Semester is October 15th.
For more information, contact Patricia Gonzalez or Silvia Berger from Smith College, or visit the BUAP
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