Mexican Government Scholarships
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Mexican Government Scholarships; Mexico Scholarships are awarded for specialization studies, master’s degrees, doctorates, and medical specialties, postgraduate research and postdoctoral visits, visits for artistic creation and for visiting professors and experts, high-level lecture visits, professional internship programs for visiting professors and postgraduate mobility.
Mexican Government Scholarships - Candidate Profiles
Preference will be given to persons who:
Intend to take studies which focus on themes of priority for their country’s development.
Will work in areas of particular importance for the institutional development of their country.
Will take postgraduate studies that are registered in the Programa Nacional de Posgrados de Calidad (PNPC) (National Quality Postgraduate Program).
Will take postgraduate studies not available in their own countries.
Will take studies or conduct research at institutions located in states throughout the Mexican Republic.
Are professors or researchers at public higher education institutions and scientific research centers in their own countries.
Are government officials in charge of areas or programs of special interest to their countries.
Work on projects for human, social, or economic development that target marginalized groups or areas which are socially or economically depressed.
Mexican Government Scholarships General Requirements
Submit candidature on the corresponding application form within the specified deadline.
Have the official proposal from the government of the candidate’s country
Have a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree or doctorate, depending on the type of studies for which they are requesting the scholarship or grant.
Have a minimum GPA of 8, on a scale of 1 to 10, and in the event of a different scale, they must submit the equivalent.
Have the academic acceptance of the receiving Mexican institution.
Return to their home countries upon termination of the scholarship and remain there for at least a time period similar to the duration of the scholarship in Mexico.
Enrollment and school fees, where applicable.
Medical insurance coverage from the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), effective as of the third month of the scholarship, as long as scholarship grantees comply with the delivery of the documentation requested in due time and manner in order to proceed with their admission into the IMSS system.
At the beginning of the scholarship, transportation from Mexico City to the location of the academic institution where the grantee is to study, and transportation from there back to Mexico City upon termination of the scholarship.
International air travel costs
For more information and application, visit: Mexican Government Scholarships
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