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Doctorate in Environmental Sciences
Benemerita Autonomous University of Puebla
Puebla


Degree: Doctorate in Environmental Sciences
Program Language: Spanish
Admission Semester: Summer (June)
Start Date: June Intake
Program Duration: 4 semesters

Fees

Semester Tuition Fees: 3250 Euro
Other Fees: Admission charge and processing charge excluded from tuition fees
Cost of living: 300 -400 Euro / month
Job opportunities: Part time job opportunities available for students
Funding opportunities within the university: Scholarships available

Program details

Educational organisation: Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla
Study abroad: Opportunities available
Internships: Opportunities available
Form of assessment: GPA Grade
ECTS credits: Each course in the program (Elective & Prerequisites) command a certain amount of credit points
Program objectives: Environmental Sciences

Minimum cost of living

Accomodation: 130 - 280 Euro / month
Food: 70 Euro / month
Cost of living: 50 Euro / month
Transportation: Free, the University offers shuttles

Requirements

Language requirements: Spanish Proficiency
Academic requirements:

- Masters Degree and Transcript

-A-level Certificate

-Birth Certificate

-Pass the entry examination

Documents:

1. Masters Degree and Transcript

2. Passport Copy

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Arrival support: Support Available -Provided by the University
Services and support for international students: Support Available -Provided by the University
Accomodation

*Off-Campus options available

*On-Campus options available


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About Benemerita Autonomous University of Puebla:

Benemerita Autonomous University of Puebla is the oldest and Largest university in the country of Mexico. Located in the city of Puebla. BUAP is a place where students who do not want the hustle and bustle of Mexico City go to study.

 

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About Mexico:

 Are seriously consider studying abroad? Here is a quiz to help you narrow down where in the world to study: What country produces $1 million per minute, $1.6 billion each day, and over $580 billion a year in two-way trade that supports six million jobs in the United States? The answer may surprise you: Mexico. Here is another question: which world language has the second-largest number of native speakers in the world, if the top spot belongs to Chinese? According to some measures, the answer is Spanish, slightly ahead of English.

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