Mexico City, Mexico
Availability: 2 (NACLE)
Language Requirements: Fluency in Spanish required
Visiting students are covered under the student health insurance provided by Universidad Panamericana and could have immediate medical attention in the case of an accident. They will also have assistance to get medical attention in case of sickness.
Students going to Mexico must obtain an FM3 student visa, which can be obtained free of charge from the Mexican Embassy. Students studying in Mexico must be able to prove that they are financially able to support themselves while a student at a Mexican university. There are often specific requirements depending on country of origin, so it is important to consult the INM or the Mexican Embassy prior to departure. For more information, please refer to the Embassy of Mexico website:
The University’s courses are divided into two semesters. Fall term runs from the second week of August through to the second week of December. The Spring term runs from the second week of January through to the second week of June.
Cost of Living: $3,730 per semester (CDN)
- Books and materials: $100
- Room and board (off campus): $3000
- Transportation: $130
- Personal expenses: $500
The University has the best academic law plan in Mexico which allows students to receive a world- class legal education. Some of the university’s most recognized fields include: Tax Law, Civil Law, Ethics and Human Rights Law, International Law, Roman Law, History Law, Constitutional Law & State, Administrative Law, Company Law and IP.