Verano Internacional IBERO


The IBERO Summer School is an innovative project that combines academic excellence with an unique cultural and personal experience. During the 3-weeks program, international students share classes with Mexican peers, and gain a broad understanding about their chosen course topic, as well as about the Mexican and Latin American context (culture, history, economy).

The summer school is conducted in English, with the option of extending the participation from 3 to 5 weeks:

3-week modality / 5-week modality.

You can choose out of four different areas of interest. During the mornings, you will have lectures on your chosen topic of specialization (together with Mexican regular students). In the afternoons, all international students come together to learn more about the Mexican context. Regular field trips and cultural activities complement the program.

  • Enhance your knowledge, guided by Mexican and international professors
  • Make new friends and build your networks
  • Revalidate academic credits for your home university
  • Learn about the culture of the host country and of your fellow students
  • Choose between a 3-week and a 5-week modality

Course #1: Latin America in Times of War

Trade and Diplomatic Relations in the Light of the Ukraine Conflict

Course #2: Experimental Ceramics and Glass Fabrication

Traditional and Contemporary Mexican Techniques 

Course #3: Global Marketing in Latin American Markets

Graduate level course - Bachelor students accepted upon request

Course #4: Contemporary Mexico

Cultural and Artistic Survivals of Yesterday's Mexico



Course dates: May 29th - June 16th (3 weeks); optional extension for 2 additional weeks

Application deadline: April 6th 

Recommended arrival date: May 26th 


Application fee (non-refundable): $45 USD

Program fee:

      * An additional $100 USD fee applies for the Experimental Ceramics and Glass Fabrication course, for materials

Elements included in the course:

  • Tuition, lectures and expert meetings
  • Field trips and visits
  • Cultural activities
  • Lunch on campus
  • Networking events
  • Travel insurance
  • 24/7 support, housing office, access to all university facilities (gym, doctor, etc.)
  • Only 5-week modality: 5 nights of hotel accommodation during the final study trip; additional lunches on the trip


  • 100 contact hours (3-week modality)
  • 155 contact hours (5-week modality)


LINK for application and further information