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Seguridad Personal y Salud

En la Ciudad de México, como en muchas otras grandes ciudades de todo el mundo, el extraño ingenuo puede meterse en problemas no deseados. El gobierno de la ciudad, así como la Universidad Iberoamericana, están preocupados por el aumento de la delincuencia en varias partes del país durante los últimos años. Hacemos las siguientes recomendaciones para ayudar a evitar situaciones peligrosas:

--Esté alerto y consciente de tu alrededor. Los extranjeros son fácilmente identificables como objetivos de robo, ya que llevan dinero en efectivo, tarjetas de crédito y objetos de valor.

--No dejes maletines o bolsas en el suelo o colgando de la silla en un restaurante.

--Ten cuidado con los carteristas en la calle, en el metro, y en tiendas.

--Evita las grandes reuniones públicas de personas como manifestaciones, celebraciones, etc

--No detengas taxis en la calle. Utiliza sólo los taxis de sitio (servicio de taxi registrado). Al subir a un taxi, recuerda que los carteristas podrían apoderarse de tus pertenencias a través de ventanas abiertas. Si es posible, investiga una ruta a la ubicación donde te vas a dirigir antes de subir al taxi. Si el conductor actúa de manera extraña, paga y sal del taxi en un lugar conveniente (sin embargo, el conductor podría estar tomando un atajo, por lo que no te preocupes demasiado). Procura viajar con billetes de nominaciones bajas (10,20 50 o 100 pesos) y siempre ten una cantidad adecuada de dinero disponible para cubrir el costo. No esperes hasta la llegada con la búsqueda de la cantidad correcta de dinero; localiza el taxímetro y ve la cantidad que tienes que pagar. El permiso del taxi se debe mostrar claramente con la foto y el nombre completo del conductor en la ventana del taxi.

--Ten en cuenta que en la Ciudad de México hay zonas seguras e inseguras/zonas precarias que se pueden localizar muy cerca una con la otra. Al caminar por la zona céntrica de la ciudad, debes tener cuidado de no entrar en esas zonas. Pregunta a tu familia anfitriona o amigos mexicanos en qué zonas no deberías entrar (especialmente en la noche).

--Nunca viajes solo por la noche o en barrios desconocidos. Es preferible viajar en grupo siempre que sea posible.

--No lleves grandes cantidades de dinero en efectivo o tarjetas de crédito.

--No lleves contigo tu pasaporte o visa. Es preferible llevar una fotocopia de estos documentos y dejar el original en un lugar seguro.

--Si te conviertes en una víctima de robo, entrega tus objetos de valor sin discutir. Tus objetos de valor no valen la pena correr el riesgo de tu seguridad.

--Ten cuidado cuando un desconocido te dirige la palabra en la calle.

--No hagas autostop.

--Cuando vayas a viajar fuera de la Ciudad de México toma un avión o usa el servicio de autobús de primera clase. Evita las playas aisladas. Camping no es recomendable a menos que lo hagas en un lugar establecido que ofrece facilidades para acampar.

La Ibero cuenta con un teléfono de emergencia disponible las 24 hrs. El número se les comunicará a los estudiantes de intercambio a su llegada a la Ibero.

Sé consciente de los peligros potenciales y trata de evitarlos, pero no te preocupes demasiado de tu estancia en México. Siguiendo las recomendaciones antes mencionadas, un mundo agradable y emocionante lleno de oportunidades, experiencias y aventuras te espera!

Para saber más sobre la situación de seguridad en la Ciudad de México recomendamos leer la información que publican las embajadas. Para darse una idea adicional, pueden leer algunos de los testimonios de estudiantes acerca a la situación de seguridad durante su semestre de intercambio, que se encuantran en la parte inferior de esta página.

Un documento con sugerencias de seguridad más completas está disponible aquí.

 

Informaciones de Salud

Sugerencias para mantenerte sano durante tu estancia:

-- No comas en lugares insalubres.

-- No bebas agua del grifo, compra agua embotellada.

-- Al comienzo de tu viaje, evita comer alimentos frescos lavados con agua corriente (ensaladas, frutas como las fresas, etc.). Puedes comprar líquidos para purificar las frutas y hortalizas en el supermercado.

-- Experimenta poco a poco con la comida mexicana para evitar molestias en el estómago y las enfermedades del sistema digestivo.

-- Lávate las manos después de usar el transporte público.

 

Asesoramiento en caso de problemas digestivos:

-- Bebe líquidos como té de manzanilla, ya que ayuda a asentar el estómago.

-- Come una dieta blanda: pan tostado, arroz, pollo, etc, en pequeñas dosis.

-- En el caso de diarrea, dolor, fiebre o vómitos, consulta inmediatamente a un médico, o visita la enfermería en la planta baja (edificio B) de la Universidad. El médico y la enfermera están en servicio 07 a.m.-10:00 p.m., de lunes a viernes, y de 9:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. los sábados.

 


 

Safety Precautions & Personal Safety

In Mexico City, as in many other large cities all over the world, the naïve stranger can get into unwanted trouble. The city government as well as the Universidad Iberoamericana are concerned about the increase in crime in various parts of the country during the past few years and make the following recommendations to help you avoid dangerous situations:

--Be aware of your surroundings at the airport, in restaurants or on the streets. Foreigners are easily identified as targets of theft as they carry cash, credit cards and valuables.

--Do not leave briefcases or purses on the floor or hanging from a chair in a restaurant.

--Be aware of pickpockets on the street, in the metro, and in stores.

-- Avoid large public gatherings of people like demonstrations, celebrations, etc.

--Do not flag down taxis on the street. Use only taxis from a sitio, a registered taxi service. When entering a taxi, remember that pickpockets could grab your belongings through open windows. If possible, investigate a route to the location where you are going before entering the taxi. If the driver acts strangely, pay and exit the taxi at a convenient location (however, the driver might just be taking a short cut, so don’t worry too much). Always have an appropriate amount of money ready to cover the taxi fare before entering the taxi. Do not wait until arrival to search for the correct amount of money. Each licensed driver is required to clearly display a photo identification card at the window of the taxi.

--Be aware that in Mexico City safe and unsafe/dangerous areas can be located in immediate vicinity. When walking around the greater city center area, be cautious not to enter such areas. Ask your host family or Mexican friends where not to go (especially at night).

--Never travel alone after dark or in unfamiliar neighborhoods. Students should travel in groups whenever possible, but especially to and from bars and restaurants.

--Do not carry large amounts of cash, ATM cards, or credit cards.

--Do not carry your passport or visa. It is preferable to carry a photocopy of these documents and leave the original in a safe place.

--If you become a robbery victim, give the perpetrator your valuables without discussing. Your valuables are not worth risking your safety.

--Be careful when strangers address you.

--Do not hitchhike.

-- When traveling outside Mexico City take an airplane or use first-class bus service. Avoid isolated beaches. Camping is not recommended unless you do it in an established place that offers camping facilities.

The Ibero counts with a 24/7 emergency telephone for incoming students. We communicate the number to our new students upon arrival.

Be aware of potential dangers and try to avoid them, but don’t let worry dominate your stay in Mexico. Following the above mentioned recommendations, a pleasant and exciting world of opportunity, experience, and adventure awaits!

In order to learn more about the safety situation in Mexico City, we recommend to consult the information that the different embassies publish regularly. You can also have a look at some student testimonials of former exchange students, describing how they felt about the security situation during their semester. These testimonials can be found at the bottom of this page.

A document with a more complete selection of security recommendations is available here.

 

Health Information

IN CASE OF SERIOUS ILLNESS OR ACCIDENT, BE SURE TO INFORM THE STUDENT EXCHANGE OFFICE IMMEDIATELY

 Suggestions to stay healthy:

-- Do not eat in unhygienic places.

-- Do not drink tap water. Buy bottled water or boil tap water instead.

-- At the beginning of your trip, avoid eating fresh food that has been washed with tap water (salads, fruits like strawberries etc.). You can buy liquids to purify the water used to wash fruits and vegetables in the supermarket. Avoid eating raw vegetables in public places (salads, etc.)

-- Adjust and experiment little by little with Mexican food to avoid stomach discomfort and digestive system ailments.

-- Wash your hands after using public transportation.

 

Advice in case of digestion problems:

-- Drink liquids like chamomile tea (“manzanilla“), since it helps settle the stomach.

-- Put yourself on a bland diet: Melba Toast (Zwieback / ”pan tostado”), rice, chicken, etc. in small doses

-- In the event of diarrhea, pain, fever or vomiting, immediately consult a doctor, or visit the infirmary on the ground/first floor (B-building) of the University. A doctor and nurse are on duty from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays.

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Testimonios de Seguridad / Security Testimonials

  • Juanita Ochoa, PUC Bogotá, Colombia +

    Being abroad can be one of the most interesting experiences you can ever have in your life. México is a country full of contrast that's why everyday you can learn something new about their culture. Everywhere you go and any time you need something you'll find kind people ready to help you. When I came to México I did't know this trip was going to be so much fun, I met people from everywhere and we went on a lot of trips and have one of the best moments of my life.

    Some people are scared about coming because there are so many wrong stereotypes, as everywhere for sure you have to be careful but as long as you aware of your surroundings México city is a safe city. And on of the best things about being here is that is really cheap to travel around the country so you can visit many places.

    If you have any doubt about coming to México, just do it it definitely worth it.

    JUANITA LEAL OCHOA

    PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA

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  • Maura Langevin, Loyola University Chicago +

    Dear Future Ibero student,

    After spending almost five months here in Mexico City, I definitely realize that the Mexico that is portrayed on American TV are certainly not one hundred percent accurate. I, too, had my doubts about coming to Mexico due what I have seen on the news, radio, and in newspapers. However, after five months of studying at the Ibero and traveling to many cities throughout Mexico, I have not had one problem with security; the same security measures that I take in Chicago- not walking alone at night, not carrying too much money in my purse, not getting into an unauthorized taxi, etc- I have brought here to Mexico and I have encountered zero problems. However, what I have learned is the friendliness and openess of the Mexican people, a people that are willing, and will go above and beyond, to help you in any matter.

    What I have encountered, through friends and my new Mexican family is that they are a people who love their culture and love sharing and teaching foreigners how they live their daily life- whether it be through a stroll through a park on a hot Sunday afternoon or stopping for a quesadilla in Coyocan. I have enjoyed and embraced every second I have spent here in Mexico City and I hope you will too.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at any time.

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    MAURA LANGEVIN

    LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO

  • Paul Allen, University of Nottingham +

    I have spent the last semester studying in Mexico City in the Universidad Iberoamericana. I can assure you that Mexico City is pretty safe. It is no more dangerous than many other big cities. Also the drugs war doesn't really affect Mexico City majorly. I have spent 5 months here and haven't been victim of any violence or crime.

    PAUL ENRIQUE DRAGO ALLEN

    INTERCAMBIO (3 /01/11)

    UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM

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  • Sheyla Sobalvarro Aráuz, Nicaragua +

    Soy Sheyla Sobalvarro Aráuz, nacional de Nicaragua, alumna becaria de la Maestría en Derecho de los Negocios Internacionales de la Universidad Iberoamericana Campus Santa Fe, desde otoño 2009 inicie mis estudio de maestría en la ciudad de México, mi experiencia ha sido muy agradable e inolvidable ya que fue la primera vez que salí de mi hogar y a partir de esta experiencia existen dos momentos en mi vida.

    En cuanto a la seguridad en lo personal afortunadamente no me he visto afectada con situaciones incomodas, al contrario he tenido la oportunidad de conocer este maravilloso país, así como a su gente. Como en todo país existen situaciones de inseguridad, sin embargo si se tiene el cuidado mínimo de no exponerte a lugares donde ya se sabe que son peligrosos, tu experiencia en esta ciudad es maravillosa.

    El campus de la Universidad es muy seguro y así mismo sus alrededores, mis clases se impartían en el horario nocturno y en ningún momento tuve percance alguno.

    Es por esto que recomiendo de sobremanera vivir la experiencia de estudiar en la ciudad de México y en especial en la Universidad Iberoamericana ya que promueve para alumnos extranjeros actividades para conocer la ciudad, su cultura, y lugares más emblemáticos.

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