Mixed-funding Scholarships and by Invitation


The IBERO of Mexico City through its academic cooperation network has access to scholarship offers resulting from its institutional links and memberships. The Academic Cooperation and Internationalization Division (DICA, for its acronym in Spanish) is the sole office inside the IBERO that has the authority to carry out negotiations and representations to promote and disseminate scholarship information among the university community.

Through these programs, the IBERO furthers its internationalization objectives regarding graduate and international cooperation programs and promotes the development of the competencies of scholarship holders and of the university community as a whole.

Although the IBERO has not established specific agreements for its degree holders to study graduate programs abroad, the organizations included in the following list offer scholarships and other types of financial support schemes (academic mobility, specialized courses, graduate studies) both in Mexico and abroad. Calls for candidacies are usually issued on an annual basis or at different times throughout the year, so we suggest periodically reviewing the relevant information.


By country





Fundación Magdalena Vda. De Brockmann (Becas MOB)

Banco de México, FIDERH

Fundación Mexicana para la Educación, la Tecnología y la Ciencia

Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores- AMEXCID

Mexico: CONACYT https://www.conacyt.gob.mx/ Fundación Magdalena Vda. De Brockmann (Becas MOB) http://www.becasmob.org.mx/  Banco de México, FIDERH http://www.fiderh.org.mx/  Fundación Mexicana para la Educación, la Tecnología y la Ciencia http://funedmx.org/  Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores- AMEXCID  https://www.gob.mx/amexcid/acciones-y-programas/becas-y-cursos-de-cooperacion-academica 


United Kingdom:

United States of America:


Website with calls for candidacies
and higher education scholarships