The Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, or UADY, is an autonomous public university in the state of Yucatán, Mexico, with its central campuses located in the state capital of Mérida. It is the largest tertiary educational institution in the state, offering some 41 different courses at the undergraduate or Bachelor's degree level, and 26 postgraduate Master's degrees. The institution was established in 1922 by then governor Felipe Carrillo Puerto as the Universidad Nacional del Sureste, but its lineage may be traced back to a Spanish Empire royal decree promulgated in 1611, that allowed for the creation of the Colegio de San Francisco Javier in Mérida.
Mérida, the vibrant capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán, has a rich Mayan and colonial heritage. The city’s focal point is Plaza de la Independencia, bordered by the fortresslike Mérida Cathedral and white limestone Iglesia de la Tercera Orden, colonial-era churches built using relics from ancient Mayan temples. The Casa de Montejo, a 16th-century mansion, is a landmark of colonial plateresque architecture.
Minimum Requirements: UCF GPA 3.0
Must be a Latin American Studies major.
Must be in good standing (academic, conduct and financial) with UCF
Have attended UCF for at least two full semesters prior to the beginning of the semester abroad
Must be registered full-time while participating in the exchange
Must have at least one semester left to graduate, upon returning from your semester abroad
To discuss coursework, schedule an appointment with Dr. Consuelo Stebbins at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can apply online for this program.
All applications will be reviewed and selected applicants will be notified of how to follow up. Assessment of the applications will be based on the academic qualifications of the applicant and how well the program fits with the courses that the applicant has taken. UCF does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation and/or veteran status.
IIE: A Student Guide to Study Abroad