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International Health Care
August Immersion Trip
Puebla Mexico is a historic city located two-hours southeast of Mexico City. Puebla is famous for its many gems of Spanish colonial architecture including more than 70 churches and more than a thousand colonial buildings decorated with painted ceramic tiles called azulejos.
Spend nine days in August immersed in Mexico's culture while enhancing your understanding of international healthcare. Return to SLU with a new perspective on healthcare to apply to your future endeavors.
Learn from a range of providers, officials, and patients at all levels of Mexico's healthcare system.
Who can go?
Undergraduate and graduate students from all majors/programs are encouraged to participate, particularly health management students.
Where do you stay?
Accommodations are provided by Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP) and will either be on campus or in a nearby hotel.
For more information
Jackie Bernstein, MPH
Undergraduate Program Coordinator