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Learning Spanish in Universidad Internacional can be an exciting opportunity for any number of reasons. Whether you're looking to gain an edge in the workplace communicate better with family members or friends or just learn more about a different culture there is no better time than now to start. Spanish is spoken by almost 400 million people worldwide and is one of the fastest growing languages in the world

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HISTORY

The teaching of Spanish in Cuernavaca “The City of Eternal Spring” dates back to 1961 when Ivan Illich founded the Intercultural Documentation Center (CIDOC), a research center that taught language and culture courses to North American missionaries.
Shortly thereafter, the International University began its activities with the Center for Linguistic and Multicultural Studies (CELYM), with the mission of teaching the Spanish language and promoting the understanding of Mexican culture, for its dissemination and defense among the cultures and peoples of the world.
After successful results obtained from this effort, they were ranked as the best in Spanish language teaching in Latin America by the prestigious newspaper “The New York Times”.
In 1997, at the request of the community and some local and foreign universities, it extended its higher education programs, offering its facilities, equipment, teaching methods, and highly qualified national and international faculty, as a service to the Morelos society.

The university offers a wide range of educational offerings from secondary, high school, undergraduate, engineering, specialty, master’s and doctoral programs, as well as diploma courses, courses and workshops in continuing education, Spanish programs to more than 200 universities in the United States of America, and also to secondary and high school in 25 school districts. The flow of students to and from abroad is a reality in Uninter, through the exchange programs that are maintained with universities in other parts of the world such as North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia.
During these 41 years, the International University has developed its own philosophy where its graduates, in addition to being able to develop with ease in the international environment, will be fully qualified in their area of specialty within a business environment of excellence. Likewise, they will be fully integrated to the Mexican tradition, culture, society and economy, where concepts such as quality, international business and instant communication with the rest of the world.
Currently, due to the environment we are living in because of the COVID 19 pandemic, the INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY is offering its private and group course online. (more information...)




Mexican Gastronomy: Harmony of Flavors

One of the many benefits that our country offers is the enormous variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, and spices, in addition to the nutritious foods of animal origin that give each dish an exquisite flavor. Mexican gastronomy is one of the most outstanding intangible heritages of our land.

Enjoying Mexican cuisine is to pamper the palate and provide health benefits to our body, since among its ingredients we have innovated recipes from all over the world, so each dish also tells a story. Many of these Mexican dishes originated from pre-Hispanic times and have introduced European, Mediterranean, Asian and African ingredients such as wheat, rice, pork and laurel, unique flavors that UNESCO has declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

We invite you to experience Mexican gastronomy at your table. Enjoy the flavors, colors and aromas of the mixture of traditional recipes and international fusion with delicious ingredients such as nopal, quelites, pumpkin, avocado, tomato, corn, beans, chili, agave, epazote, cilantro, red meat, poultry, fish, seafood, insects and other ingredients that make Mexican cuisine, one of the best in the world. Truly an attraction and added value for nationals and visitors.




Historical Figures:

One of the big reasons why foreigners love to learn Spanish (Mexican in particular) has a lot to do with culture.

Many of them consider that Spanish is an extremely romantic language and without a doubt this is supported by specific things such as our delicious gastronomy, incredible tourist spots and human warmth.

The figures speak for themselves, Spanish is one of the most studied languages ​​in the world! There are currently 21 million students of Spanish as a foreign language in the world. The countries with the highest number of language learners are the United States (7.8 million), Brazil (6.2 million) and France (2.5 million).

Furthermore, Spanish is one of the languages ​​with the most non-native speakers (91 million), while it has 460 million people who speak it as their mother tongue.

There are many reasons to study Spanish, and one of them is the history and wide cultural background that Mexicans have. Actors, actresses, writers, poets, musicians ... Our country has exported (and maintained) incredible exponents of art, film and literature that we can proudly call Mexican. Do you know them all?




Places to Visit:

The famous German naturalist, humanist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt baptized Cuernavaca, in state of Morelos, as “La Ciudad de la Eterna Primavera” (the city of eternal spring). The nickname was so right that today it is mentioned every time the capital of the state of Morelos is alluded to.

However, the place was originally called Cuauhnáhuac, which in Nahuatl means “next to the tree”, but the Spanish speakers couldn’t pronounce it accurately so they eventually transformed the name into Cuernavaca.

About 85 kilometers (50 miles) away from Mexico City, it’s the favorite weekend destination for Mexican capital inhabitants due to its all-year temperate climate as well as for its vegetation and many water parks. The city has grown such that urbanization has spread to the neighboring municipalities.

Hernán Cortés, the Spanish conqueror, considered Cuernavaca a heavenly place, full of flowers, and commissioned to build in this city a palace which survives to the present day. The city has thus become an important historical destination full of colonial and preHispanic treasures.

The charming Historical Center of “Cuerna”, as the city is affectionately named, has the charm of a province, with its colonial buildings, fountains, parks and ravines. In downtown, you can find the Cathedral, the Palacio de Cortés (Cortés Palace) which houses the Museo de Cuauhnahuac (Museum of Cuauhnahuac), the Jardín Borda, the Government Palace, the Jardín Juarez, the Parque Ecológico Chapultepec (Chapultepec ecological park), the Amanalco ravine, the Chapitel del Calvario and the Robert Brady Museum, among other attractions.

Those who wish to go much further back in time can visit the Zona Arqueológica de Teopanzolco (archaeological site of Teopanzolco), whose main pyramid is dedicated to Tláloc and Huitzilopochtli.

A weekend is never enough to visit Cuerna! That’s why we all try to always return to its eternal spring.

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