Con la participación de diversas universidades extranjeras y mexicanas. Este año nuestras invitadas especiales son la escritora Margo Glantz , Profesora emérita de la UNAM y la cineasta Guita Schyfter quienes nos acompañarán con las ponencias “Vigencia sobre la Malinche” y “Memorias cinematográficas” respectivamente.Leer Más
Over spring break, 34 Lyons Township High School students and two teachers travelled to Cuernavaca, Mexico, a city of 1.5 million people located about 70 miles south of Mexico City, and were completely immersed in the Mexican culture and language. Students attended classes at the Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, a specialty school of linguistics. They studied in small classes, with anywhereLeer Más
Last summer I went to Mexico to the Universidad Internacional to do some training in Spanish for health professions. I enrolled my kids in Spanish classes and a summer camp where they spent three weeks learning Spanish and hanging out with Mexican children. It was not easy for them at first but in the end they loved the experience. ItLeer Más
Los estudiantes opinan: “…paisajes, amigos, sabores, olores que poco a poco empezaron a ser parte de tu nuevo país.
Y de repente tienes ganas de perder el vuelo, de parar el tiempo, de tener una maleta más grande que pueda acoger a todas estas personas importantes, esos recuerdos inolvidables…y de repente regresas a lo que supuestamente es tu país y te das cuentas de que ya no lo consideras tuyo a pesar de lo que indica tu pasaporte porqueLeer Más
The Spanish language school at Universidad Internacional was superb and is in an unbelievably beautiful setting
April 12, 2017 James K. Scott, Ph.D. Director of the International Center Interim vice provost for International Programs Dear Jim, I had the opportunity to be on the other side of the study abroad experience last month when I went on the OSHER study abroad trip to Cuernavaca, Mexico with a group led by Judy Elliott. I’m happy to say thatLeer Más
Back in 2004, I first attended UNINTER as a student with a group from my community college in MD. The dire ctor of the foreign language program there said that after checking into the programs in various Spanish speaking countries, she decided that UNINTER had the best program for the money. I believe many factors influenced her decision: quality ofLeer Más