Mexico City, Mexico
Photo by Matthew Rutledge
Rising from the ruins of the ancient Aztec capital, Mexico City is the country’s most important political, cultural, educational and financial center. Here, contemporary city life collides with historic preservation – ancient Aztec temple ruins are still within a few steps of the main central square. Mexico City boasts more museums than any other city in the world, and comes in third in the number of theaters, after London and New York. The cultural attractions, nightlife and history make it a must-see.
This prestigious Mexican private university is located in the Santa Fe district of Mexico City, an upscale and elegant area. The 48-acre campus was opened in 1988, and includes three cafeterias, a bookstore, and one of the largest law libraries in Mexico.
This was an extraordinary experience considering I was able to take what I was learning in class and apply it to my international internship.
— Jose Montoya, Mexico Study Abroad Program