Study in Mexico
Education in Mexico
Mexican institutes follow the US education model and education is offered by both public and private institutions. Students planning to pursue an undergraduate program have to study at least 4-year bachelor’s degree, whereas master’s degree is obtained in 2 years. Mexico’s higher education system is one of the best in the world in the first edition of the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings; ranked 33rd. A large number of international students every year study at the Mexican universities and there is a wide range of short-term and summer courses available for international students. The educational qualifications are available at three levels:
The bachelor’s degree usually takes a minimum of 4 years to complete and comprises of 2 semesters per year. University level education includes both professional and bachelor’s degrees. Professional degrees equip the students with more practical skills. To become a part of Mexican universities a student is required to complete the higher secondary education with sufficient scores.
The master’s degree can be completed in 2 years and it includes internship and thesis. After completing master’s degree, graduates become eligible to take advanced studies or work with top companies operating in their home countries or worldwide.
In Mexico, students can acquire doctoral degrees through technological universities and research institutions. It can be completed in 3 to 5 years, depending upon the level and institution. There is a large number of students who are focusing to conduct their research studies in Mexico, as it is one of the fastest growing economies in the world.