HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM IN MEXICO
Your Exchange Program in Mexico with Nacel International
Exchange students who are interested in studying the Spanish language should not overlook the wonderful opportunities to discover the Mexican culture. Exchange students will discover 3000 years of history which have built this nation. They will feel the influence that the indigenous population and the Spanish have exerted in the development of its culture. The High School program in Mexico will offer them the opportunity to live with a Mexican host family eager to share its way of life and to become a member of the local community and school.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOLS IN MEXICO
Public schools in Mexico serve 87% of all students in the country. The Mexican School system is divided as follows: the prescolar, the primary, the secundary and the preparatory school. Most of the exchange students will attend classes in a preparatoria school. In the preparatoria schools, students must choose one of 4 professional areas: physical-mathematics, chemical-biological, economic-administrative, or humanities.Courses are held in Spanish and include Math, Biology, History, Spanish language and literature, Physical Education, Art, Music, French, and Italian. All schools offer English courses, some of them French courses also.
STUDY ABROAD IN MEXICO
Exchange students are not placed in a particular district of Mexico city but are usually not placed outside of Mexico City. The host family welcomes the student as a new member of their own family. We recruit families through schools (because one of the family members attends the school). They are all middle class families who receive a small stipend, but they do not host for money; the family expects the exchange student to participate in their daily life and speak Spanish, making a new friend. In Mexico, students are in school for 4 to 6 hours a day.
Graduation is not possible during your experience in a High School in Mexico.
Public and private schools
Apply for your exchange program inÂ Mexico at leastÂ 6 months before arrival.
Late applications may be accepted, depending on availability and visa processing times.Eligibility:
Exchange students must be interviewed in their home country before being accepted for a High School program in Mexico (preferably in Spanish).
A minimum of two years of Spanish study and good academic results are required to study in Mexico.
Study abroad in Mexico and live with a host family, providing half board on weekdays, full board on weekends.
Please request more information through the contact form.
High School program in Mexico
|High School in Mexico
||September to January
||5 990 EUROS
|High School in Mexico
||September to June
||7 645 EUROS
The application to your student exchange program in Mexico is done in six stages:
1.An interview is carried out with you and your family to determine eligibility
2.You complete the application form and return it to us with supporting documents
3.We issue the formal acceptance and start working on your placement
4.Arrangements are made for your placement and communicated to you
5.We assist you to apply for your visa if necessary
6.You determine your travel arrangements and we organize your arrival
We wish you a successful exchange program in a High School in Mexico!
- Administration fees
- Placement in a local school
- Host family placement on a half board basis on weekdays, full board on weekends
- Orientation on arrival
- Airport pick-up and transfer on arrival
- Support, assistance and 24 hours emergency phone number during the whole program
Price does not include:
- International airfare
- International Travel insurance
- Visa, passport and medical exam fees
- Extra activities organized by the school.
- Extra language courses
- School material (notebooks, pens, pencils etc…)
- Lunches at school
- Personal expenses and pocket money
- Medical and Emergency Repatriation Insurance
- Application fees (65 euros)
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