Programs

Programs


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Study Abroad Program

If you are an Independent Student and wish to take clases at Universidad Internacional for credit transfer you can do so with our Study Abroad Program paying for credits.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
Division of Humanities and International Studies

Communication, Communication and Public Relations, International Relations, International Relations and Political Sciences, Languages, Organizational Psychology, Pedagogy, Psychology

Division of Engingeering Sciences, Architecture and Design

Animation and Digital Design, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Computer Systems Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Fashion Design and International Trends, Graphic Design, Industrial Chemical Engineering, Industrial Design, Industrial Engineering and Quality Systems, Marketing Intelligence Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Organizational Processes Engineering

Division of Administration and Social Sciences

Accounting, Administration and Marketing, Business Management, Economy and Finances, Foreign Commerce, International Business Management, International Relations and Economy, Law, Marketing, Marketing and Publicity, Political Sciences and Public Management, Public Administration, Touristic Business Management

GRADUATE PROGRAMS
Certification Programs

Artistic Photography, Creativity and Innovation Cross-Diciplinary, Decorative Painting, DELF B2 Preparation (Diplôme d’études en Langue Française), Drawing, English, French, Interior Design, Profesional English, Sacred Traditions of Humanity

Specialty Programs

Animation and Digital Post-Production, Construction Management, Criminology, International Commercial Relations, Publicity, Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, Technology Management, Tourism Promotion

Master Degrees

Computer Networks and Web Technology, Corporate Finance, Education and Education Technology, Global Marketing, Human Capital Management, Management, Quality Management, Senior Management, Taxes, Teacher Training, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, Translation & Interpretation and Cultural Studies

INTERNSHIPS

The Center for International Studies offers internships and volunteering programs for International Students who wish to gain not only valuable work experience, but also explore a particular field from a cross-cultural perspective while receiving credits.
You have the possibility to choose your internship out of a variety of different work areas such as:
Antropologhy, Art (music, dance), Business and Economics, Computer Science, Education, Environmental Awareness, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Mexican Criminal Justice, Observership for Medical Personnel, Radio and Television Broadcasting, Social Work, Sports

APPLICATION

If you wish to apply to our Study Abroad Program or if you need further information regarding scholarships, costs, or visa application please contact us at cie@uninter.edu.mx .

As an International Student wishing to enroll to a full degree program, you need to revalidate your studies in Mexio and tramit a Student Visa.

Here a direct link to a list of the consulate of Mexico where you can see whether you need to apply for visa or not.

For more information regarding study revalidations and visa applications, contact internacionalizacion@uninter.edu.mx.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
Division of Humanities and International Studies

Communication, Communication and Public Relations, International Relations, International Relations and Political Sciences, Languages, Organizational Psychology, Pedagogy, Psychology

Division of Engingeering Sciences, Architecture and Design

Animation and Digital Design, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Computer Systems Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Fashion Design and International Trends, Graphic Design, Industrial Chemical Engineering, Industrial Design, Industrial Engineering and Quality Systems, Marketing Intelligence Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Organizational Processes Engineering

Division of Administration and Social Sciences

Accounting, Administration and Marketing, Business Management, Economy and Finances, Foreign Commerce, International Business Management, International Relations and Economy, Law, Marketing, Marketing and Publicity, Political Sciences and Public Management, Public Administration, Touristic Business Management

GRADUATE PROGRAMS
Certification Programs

Artistic Photography, Creativity and Innovation Cross-Diciplinary, Decorative Painting, DELF B2 Preparation (Diplôme d’études en Langue Française), Drawing, English, French, Interior Design, Profesional English, Sacred Traditions of Humanity

Specialty Programs

Animation and Digital Post-Production, Construction Management, Criminology, International Commercial Relations, Publicity, Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, Technology Management, Tourism Promotion

Master Degrees

Computer Networks and Web Technology, Corporate Finance, Education and Education Technology, Global Marketing, Human Capital Management, Management, Quality Management, Senior Management, Taxes, Teacher Training, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, Translation & Interpretation and Cultural Studies

Doctorate Degree

Management

APPLICATION

If you wish to apply to one of our Degree Programs or if you need further information regarding scholarships or visa application please contact us at internacionalizacion@uninter.edu.mx

Our Intensive Spanish Program strives to make Spanish a part of your life. It will challenge you with comprehensive yet manageable classes and courses, which will help you gain better fluency and knowledge of the Spanish language.

Our goal is to maximize your usage of Spanish in a multicultural environment.

ADVANTAGES:
  • No more than 5 students per class
  • 6 hours a day, 5 days a week
  • Native Spanish Speaking Teachers
  • Complete Cultural Immersion
  • Dynamic guided conversation workshops
  • Complete flexibility
COMPONENTS:

Intensive Spanish Language Class (3 hrs. daily)
After taking a brief entrance exam and oral interview with a Spanish professor, students are placed in small groups according to their level of Spanish fluency, their ability to communicate, and their interests. We subscribe to the “Group 5 System” in which no more than 5 students are assigned to a professor. This guarantees that our students receive all the attention they need and encourages interaction among the group. This class focuses on 4 main skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing.

Latin America Culture or Grammar Courses (2 hrs. daily)
This is a flexible option that allows the students to choose from an assortment of classes in the following areas of study: Art, Business, Education, History, Latin-American Studies, Linguistics, Literature, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, and Spanish grammar.

Cultural Lectures, Idiomatic Expressions or Conversation (1 hr. daily)
This component is designed to improve students’ listening and conversational Spanish Language skills and cultural awareness by corrected discussions on topics like holidays, festivities, and family life.

OPTIONAL CLASSES

The Center for International Education offers several optional classes in the afternoon at no extra cost. These classes provide additional enrichment and better understanding of the Spanish language. Classes range from pronunciation to advanced grammar and/or conversation workshop.

Once per week you may also request a session of individual attention in grammar to work on areas of need. Classes are available Monday through Thursday from 2:20 PM to 4:00 PM.

CREDITS

If you study in any Intensive Spanish Program, you can earn one credit for 15 contact hours. You may choose a letter grade or a pass/fail scale upon the approval of your home institution. Transcripts will be sent directly to your institution.

INTERNSHIPS

The Center for International Studies offers internships and volunteering programs for International Students who wish to gain not only valuable work experience, but also explore a particular field from a cross-cultural perspective while receiving credits.

You have the possibility to choose your internship out of a variety of different work areas such as:
Antropologhy, Art (music, dance), Business and Economics, Computer Science, Education, Environmental Awareness, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Mexican Criminal Justice, Observership for Medical Personnel, Radio and Television Broadcasting, Social Work, Sports

APPLICATION

If you are interested in applying for the Intensive Spanish Program, please write us an email to internacionalizacion@uninter.edu.mx or visit the Webpage of our Spanish School for more information.

International students, whose universities hold an Exchange agreement with Universidad Internacional, can apply for an Academic semester or year in any of our undergraduate degree programs.

Exchange Students receive 6 mexican credits per course and transcripts are sent to their home university.

Undergraduate programs

Department of Social Sciences and Humanities Department of Business and Administration Department of Engineering Department of Arts and Design Architecture

INTERNSHIPS

The Center for International Studies offers internships and volunteering programs for International Students who wish to gain not only valuable work experience, but also explore a particular field from a cross-cultural perspective while receiving credits.

You have the possibility to choose your internship out of a variety of different work areas such as:

Antropologhy, Art (music, dance), Business and Economics, Computer Science, Education, Environmental Awareness, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Mexican Criminal Justice, Observership for Medical Personnel, Radio and Television Broadcasting, Social Work, Sports

APPLICATION

If you are interested in applying for the Exchange Student Program, make sure that your university has a student exchange agreement with Universidad International and knows that you are coming to Uninter. These are the documents you need to send to the Internationalization Office in order to apply as an exchange student:

  • Application Form download here
  • Learning Agreement
  • Letter of motivation
  • Copy of your passport
  • Digital photo