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Accepted Students

 

Once you are accepted and confirmed your participation in the academic exchange program of La Salle University

  • Join the Facebook group to keep in touch.

  • Participate in the Orientation Week, mandatory for graduate and undergraduate.

  • If you are going to take graduate courses you must present yourself at CIEL on January 6th, 2020. Anticipate your arrival in Mexico City.

  • If you will study undergraduate courses, you must be at CIEL on January 20th at 9:30 am to start the Orientation Week.

Check the August - December 2019 calendar

                                                            Check the January - July 2020 calendar

 

Documents

 

We will send you your acceptance letter with instructions, precise dates and documents that you must deliver.

Before your arrival:

  • Proof of medical expenses insurance.
  • Confidential Personal Information Sheet
  • La Salle Policy Sheet

Upon arrival:

  • Mobility program fee (instructions will be sent to make payment at the bank upon arrival).
  • Multiple Migration Form (FMM)* All foreigners must deliver a copy
  • Visa (if required).

*To obtain your FMM, upon entering Mexico and going through migration:

  1. Inform that you will make a stay of academic mobility: show your passport, visa and acceptance letter if required.
  2. Inform the duration of your stay in Mexico: if you enter without a student visa, the immigration authority will write on your FMM: 180 days. If you enter with a student visa, the immigration authority will indicate in your FMM: 30 days-exchange.
  3. The immigration authority will retain the upper part of the FMM and give you the lower part where you will place a stamp with the date of entry.

Keep the original FMM with your passport as it will be necessary to prove your legal stay in Mexico and it will also be necessary to leave the country (if you lose it you will have to replace it in the INM).

 

Course registration

 

 During Orientation Week:

  1. Upon arrival we will give you your material registration sheets and we will inform you of the time you must attend to make your registration, based on your pre-registration doc.
  2. Attend to your appointments with your registration sheet
  3. The faculty or center will authorize the subjects and the schedule you chose (subject to spaces), signing and sealing the registration form. You can make the necessary adjustments in your program (approved by your university).
  4. Submit your registration format (s) to CIEL signed by you and by the faculty or center. Be sure that your final course selection is approved by your home university.
  5. We will send you a digital format, to complete your registration once we have your paper registration.

 
Process to modify your subject record (Add or drop)


If you wish to make a change, once you have registered:

  1. Collect the registration format in CIEL.
  2. Register the changes and request authorization from the Faculty or Center.
  3. Return the registration form to CIEL, on the indicated dates, with the information of the changes made, and the authorization of the faculty or center.
  • Last day to add or  drop subjects: At the end of the second week of classes


If you have questions about the courses, you can contact the academic coordinators.

 

Orientation Week

 

Only students who extend their participation in the program for a second semester at La Salle are exempt from participating in the orientation week.

The orientation week takes place from January 20 to 24, 2020. Participation in all activities is mandatory. Registration to the exchange program will not be allowed if the activities are not fulfilled from the first day.
 
The activities that will be carried out are:
  • Welcome, introduction and visit to the facilities of La Salle
  • Information on services, health and safety, activities during your exchange
  • Registration in the exchange program and registration in the courses
  • Cultural and social activities
  • Spanish exam (only students whose mother tongue is not Spanish)
Before traveling to Mexico City, consult the Exchange Student Guide:
 

Student Visa

 

If your stay in Mexico will be two semesters (more than 180 days) you must obtain a student visa at the Mexican Consular Office closest to your place of residence.

Upon entering Mexico with a student visa you must obtain a Temporary Student Residence status:

  • Within 30 days of your arrival, you must complete the "FMM exchange by Resident Card" procedure. This procedure is free.
  • The foreigner who does not make the exchange of the FMM for the resident card within the specified period is subject to the sanctions provided by the General Population Law and may be removed from the mobility program.
  • Once you obtain your resident card, you can enter and exit multiple times of the national territory. You must show your Resident card in each entry/ exit.

Be sure that when you arrive in Mexico, your FMM will mark 30 days-exchange. If your FMM is not checked correctly, ask for a correction.  

More information:

INM in Mexico City:

  • Av. Ejercito Nacional 862, Col. Los Morales Section Palmas, Delegation Miguel Hidalgo, C.P. 11540, Mexico D.F. (almost in front of Plaza Antara) Check here the location map
  • (55) 5387-2400 informesdf@inami.gob.mx
  • Public Service Hours: Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The information provided considers the update to the Mexican Migration Law and its Regulations of November 9, 2012, and is subject to change by the INM or the SRE.



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