Universidad de las Americas - Puebla / UDLAP : Puebla - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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Universidad de las Américas Puebla, is a Mexican private university located in San Andrés Cholula, Puebla, a suburb of Puebla. read more

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Past Review Marvelous Mexico
Too much to write! One thing was confidence- I thought I was pretty confident and self sufficient before but this is such a different situation where you are isolated from your family/friends. ABSOLUTELY worthwhile! I wish I could have stayed a whole year instead of just a semester. - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
I became much more confident in my Spanish-speaking abilities, and I learned how the rest of the world lives. Mexico is a far cry from the 1st world abundance I grew up surrounded by, and it was so healthy to see the reality of our world's inequality firsthand. It made me a better human being, and I'm grateful that I saw life in... - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
Past Review Incredible
I gained extreme knowledge of the culture and better understanding of the people and their traditions, norms, and though processes. Also I succeeded in bettering my language skills. It was definitely worthwhile and an amazing experience. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Exchange: Puebla - Universidad de las Americas
I learned a lot of knowledge about traveling and functioning in another language. Afterwards, I realized that I should have managed my money a little better- I spent a lot! Having an internship teaching English in an Elementary school in Mexico showed me that I would love to do Bilingual education, and I have since changed my ma... - University of Wisconsin - Madison View Entire Review
Past Review Oh, Mexico...
It was absolute worthwhile. It has shown me that I can accomplish anything I set out to do. I can very easily live in an environment very different from my own. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes, but I think it would have been a lot better at another university. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
I have come to learn a lot more about myself in my time there and my language skills did improve, but I wish I would have been able to take advantage of more of the opportunities that were available to me while I was there. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
The experience was incredibly worthwhile. There were a lot of lessons I learned that I expected to learn (Language improvement, cultural awareness, patience, etc) and many that I didn't anticipate, including an awareness of how I treated people, and how I plan on interacting with people in the future. - Oklahoma State University - Stillwater View Entire Review
My experiences abroad were incredible. If I could do it all over again, I would. My language skills improved exponentially, which is what I hoped would happen. - Wartburg College View Entire Review
I definitely thought it was worthwhile! The viewpoints you get from this program are great because it really opens you up to what it is like to be a minority and also what other people's struggles are in a different part of the world. - Wartburg College View Entire Review
the study abroad experiences was worth it in all ways, i gain many qualities trough this program such as how to interact with another culture, how to immplement other skills into a new sourunding, undersatnding what it feels to be in another country and be able to accept it and my ability to acostum to it. now i would like to ma... - Indiana University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
It was worthwhile because I not only learned Spanish but learned a lot about Mexico and myself. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
I learned how to make friends with people from cultures all around the world, also to be more independent, and I am immensely prouder of my own country. - Oklahoma State University - Stillwater View Entire Review
Yes, absolutely. - SUNY - College at Geneseo View Entire Review
I don't consider myself a feminist but I despise the way boys and men treat women in this country. It is shocking how many men don't trust their girlfriends to go places alone or the appalling cat calls a girl receives which walking innocently on the street. At times here I felt more like a piece of meat than I did a real person... - Indiana University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
YES! I learned a lot more about myself and the kind of person I want to be. It has definitely impacted my future plans because I want to return there (or possibly another country in Latin America) to live and work for a year or two after graduation. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Was an amazing experience. Challenging at times, but I liked that about it. Learned a lot about a new culture, people, and country, and a lot about myself. So glad I went. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
This experience will be with me for the rest of my life, and I am thankful for it. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
I became even more open-minded, I got to see America from an outside point of view, and I got to experience a whole new level of independence. It opened my eyes to a vulnerable population that, as a social work major, I may consider directing my career path toward that I hadn't really considered before as it's not really prevale... - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Exchange: Puebla - Universidad de las Americas
I learned so much, I got a chance to interact not only with local students but also with students from all around the world! I saw things in different perspectives and learn how to see things from other people's eyes. I learn that there are so many people out there that thing similar to me just in different languages and differe... - Indiana University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Exchange: Puebla - Universidad de las Americas
Extremely worthwhile. I learned so much in every aspect. My spanish speaking skills are improved, I learned things about myself that I wasn't even aware I should learn, I know I can make it on my own, I realize my place in this world a little bit better. - Wartburg College View Entire Review
I definitely thought it was worthwhile! The viewpoints you get from this program are great because it really opens you up to what it is like to be a minority and also what other people's struggles are in a different part of the world. - Wartburg College View Entire Review
Past Review
My study abroad experience was definitely worthwhile. It helped me not only with my Spanish speaking abilities, but also opened my eyes to many different cultural things of Mexico. I loved my experience in Mexico! - Universidad de las Americas - Puebla / UDLAP View Entire Review

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Universidad de las Américas Puebla, is a Mexican private university located in San Andrés Cholula, Puebla, a suburb of Puebla.

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