Known as "the metropolis that has it all", Mexico City allows you to wander its streets and encounter their historical past; it offers bohemian corners nestled in traditional bars and restaurants that have become a haven for both visitors and locals. Mexico City is an eclectic mix of wrestling matches, grand baroque aesthetics, and luxurious palaces. It is considered to be one of the most exciting cities to visit. The city reveals an extraordinary mysticism with its plurality, folklore, and modernism; everything there is an intermixture, represented by the Metropolitan Cathedral that rises at the top of the pre-Hispanic pyramid of Tonatiuh.
- Economic prosperity
- Top source of international students
- Demand for everything
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America. Its middle class and family expenditure on education have steadily risen in recent years, making this student market extremely attractive to foreign educators. Growing numbers of Mexican households now have the ability and willingness to send their children abroad for schooling at an earlier age. Thus, younger and younger Mexicans are attaining higher levels of education compared to the former generations.
Because of its favourable geographical position and continuous economic growth, Mexico is estimated to be among the World’s leading sources of students willing to study overseas by 2035. The number of Mexican students who have decided to study abroad has increased by 35% just in the past few years.
According to recent studies, Mexico boasts a solid 24 million English learners and is among the biggest markets in the world for studying English abroad. Apart from language courses, Mexican students abroad are pursuing international high school diplomas, undergraduate, master and doctorate degrees, career and vocational programmes, as well as graduate and postgraduate certificates - pretty much everything!
Find out how to recruit Mexican students in our special e-guide, which can be downloaded for free here.