• Mexico
    • Oaxaca
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Subject Areas
Anthropology Art History Arts Creative Writing Cultural Studies Economics Film Health Sciences Hispanic Studies History Human Rights Humanities Indigenous Cultures Language Studies Latin American Studies Liberal Arts Literature Nursing Political Science Public Health Religious Studies Theater Visual Arts +13

Program Details

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Degree Level
High School Diploma Associates Bachelors
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Price Details
Program Price Includes:
- Pre-Departure Advising
- International Medical Insurance
- Program Orientation
- University Tuition & Fees
- Onsite Directors & Staff
- Homestay & Meals
- Excursions
- Cultural Activities
- Volunteer & Community Service
- Language Exchange
- Transcript Processing
- Airport Transfers
- Reception & Farewell Activity
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Classes Meals Wifi
What's Not Included
Airfare SIM cards Travel Insurance
Oct 16, 2022
Oct 25, 2019
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About Program

Oaxaca is a fascinating place of contrasts; simultaneously blending both old and new, as well as past and present! One of Mexico’s best-preserved colonial cities, Oaxaca is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Building off its rich cultural heritage and roots, Oaxaca is at the vanguard of Mexican cuisine, culture, and the arts. While abroad in this safe, southern Mexican city, you will study at the University of Oaxaca. You can choose from a wide variety of Spanish electives and visual art classes. Spanish language courses are offered for all levels and backgrounds. Excursions are included in your program as the best way to explore the magic of Oaxaca’s central valleys and surrounding mountains. Our life-changing study abroad programs are known for the quality and personal care we provide our students. Step through the arch and into a world of growth and possibilities!

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Program Highlights

  • Excursions to the pre-Hispanic sites of Monte Albán pyramids and Mitla ruins.
  • Live in a Bohemian city with hip cafés, a vibrant live music scene, and many art museums.
  • Public health programs available combined with medical shadowing.
  • Spanish language classes and electives for all levels of language learners.
  • Art classes such as Drawing, Printmaking, Painting, Art History, and Mexican Theater available year round.

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