Call for scholarships for post-graduate of the Government of Mexico for Bilateral agenda 2012-2014

Announcement of scholarships for post-graduate of the Government of Mexico for Bilateral agenda 2012-2014.

Features:-registration and tuition fees, in accordance with the programme of each institution.

-Maintenance, equivalent a:

1. 4 times the minimum wage established for the Federal District, in the case of scholarships of specialty, master or masters level and research for studies of Spanish and Mexican culture. That amount is now equivalent to $7,178.40 pesos.

2. 5 Mexico City minimum wages for scholarships for PhD or doctoral research, postdoctoral stays, specialties and medical sobrespecialidades and stays of experts and artists. It currently amounts to $8,973.00 pesos.

-Medical insurance covered by the Mexican Institute of Social Security Institute (IMSS), from the third month of the scholarship.

-Transportation of the city of Mexico to the City headquarters of the receiving academic institution at the beginning of the scholarship, and return to the city of Mexico at the end of the scholarship.

-Costs not specified in the points will be covered by the scholarship, as well as costs arising from the costs of incorporation and revalidation of studies, printing of the thesis, procedures for titling and obtain degree, registration to the national register of foreigners.

The scholarship origin: Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Mexico – 08/07/2011

-Submit the application in the application of the call.

-Having the title of Bachelor, master or doctorate, according to the degree they will ask for the scholarship.

-Have minimum average of 8, on a scale from 0 to 10, if a scale different, it is essential to present their equivalence.

-Have the institutional receiving Mexican academic acceptance.

-To be Hispanic, where it is not the mother tongue, attach proof of advanced knowledge of Spanish, issued by any university or school of language that accredits it.

-For mobility grants, you must have with the Charter of academic acceptance from the receiving institution, and communication with the recognition of educational credits, issued by the institution of origin.

Do not offer scholarships for residents of Mexico and foreign diplomats accredited in Mexico and their relatives, or persons who obtained dual nationality by naturalization are not eligible.

Deadline: October 14, 2011

Applications: These applications can be found on the web site: http://becas.sre.gob.mx

Provinces or countries of scholarship: America / Latin America – Mexico