ISEP Direct: Puebla - Study Abroad at Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla

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Students: ISEP programs are only open to students presently enrolled a an ISEP member universities. Click here to check if you are from a member school, contact the ISEP coordinator on your campus.
If your school is not a Member, please click the "Hosted at" link the top of the page and consider the Direct Enroll and Exchange option for this university or one of the other providers listed on Abroad101. 

About this program:Volunteer Opportunities, Internships, Spanish Language Classes and Courses in English! UPAEP offers scholarships for a two week language preparation course prior to the beginning of each semester. Practice your Spanish before re... read more

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Volunteer Opportunities, Internships, Spanish Language Classes and Courses in English! UPAEP offers scholarships for a two week language preparation course prior to the beginning of each semester. Practice your Spanish before regular university courses with this wonderful opportunity!

Scholarships include the cost of the spanish course, cultural activities and housing for the first two weeks (meals not included). Refresh your Spanish or learn some new vocabulary! This course will allow students to adjust to life in Puebla, and begin the semester more confident and prepared. To be considered for one of these scholarships, please list it on your course request list. Please note that the host university makes the final determination regarding scholarship recipients.

After completing this two week language session, students can continue their universities studies in Spanish language, regular university courses in Spanish, regular university courses in English, Service learning, or a combination thereof.

Courses of interest to ISEP participants include:The Psychology of the Mexican, The Mexican Political System, Mexican and Latin American Politics, The Mexican Business Environment, and Latin American History and Culture.

All undergraduate programs, as well as all co- and extra-curricular activities, are open to ISEP participants. Class attendance is required in order to receive credit. Several partial tests and a final examination compose the final grade. Seven is the minimum passing grade.

Students generally enroll in a minimum four courses per semester, and spend a minimum of 15 hours a week in class. Semesters are 15 weeks in length.

Students: ISEP programs are only open to students presently enrolled a an ISEP member universities. Click here to check  If your school is not a Member, please click the "Hosted at" link the top of the page and consider the Direct Enroll and Exchange option for this university or one of the providers listed.



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  • Fall
  • Spring
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