Study abroad program in puebla, mexico

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  • This is a faculty-led program. Dr. Beckman will be in Puebla with the students.

  • Earn six credits in five weeks (summer session I). Complete your language requirement.

  • Live with a Mexican family where no English will be spoken :)

  • Immerse yourself in the culture and the language.

  • Study during the week and travel during the weekends (tours included in the cost):

    • Puebla’s historical center

    • Excursion to Cholula and Africam Safari park

    • Weekend trip to Mexico City, including a visit to the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, the Anthropology museum, ruins/museum of the Templo Mayor, The Cathedral, The National Palace, Iturbide’s Palace/Galery, the Soumaya museum, Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul, Coyoacan, and San Angel’s craft market.

    • Weekend trip to the ruins of Monte Albán, Mitla, and Oaxaca

  • Experience life in Puebla, a UNESCO World Heritage city.

  • Financial Aid is available. Scholarships available. 2.5 GPA required.

  • Affordable additional half-day, full-day and weekend trips are also available.

  • Scholarship and application forms are available at UNT's Study Abroad website:, where at the top in the center you will find a study abroad link, or you may call (940) 565-2207

Informational meetings will take place on
October 30th (Wednesday), LANG 109 at 3:00 p.m.


November 19th (Tuesday), LANG 109 at 4:30 p.m.
For more information regarding the Puebla Study Abroad Program, please contact Dr. Beckman at



June 2 – 5 class on campus

June 7 – Julio 5 in Puebla

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