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These guides compare educational systems from around the world to educational standards in Canada. The assessment recommendations contained in the guides are based on extensive research and well-documented idains and criteria.
International Education Guide FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATION FROM MEXICO
This research project, a first in Examem, is based on a broad range of international resources and considerable expertise within the IQAS program.
Organizations can use these guides to make accurate and efficient decisions regarding the recognition of international credentials. The International Education Guides serve as a resource comparing Alberta standards with those of other countries and will assist all those who need to make informed decisions, including: Map of Mexico 1 Figure 2.
Civilizations in North America before the arrival of Columbus 3 Figure 3. States and the Federal District of Mexico 7 Figure 4.
The Mexican Flag 7 Figure 5. Mexican Qualifications Framework 12 Figure 6. Structure of Mexican School Education 15 Figure 7. School Education System in Mexico 15 Table 3. Distribution of Subjects in Bachillerato Programs 28 Table Structure of Academic Year 35 Table Structure of Distance Higher Education 38 Table Resources for Verification 41 Table Sample of Doctoral Degree 49 Table Range of Credits and Hour Workloads 50 Table Requirements of Accounting Program 51 Eexamen Professional Accounting Designation in Mexico 51 Table Requirements of Architecture Program 52 Table Requirements of Business Administration Program 53 Table Requirements of Dentistry Program 54 Table eaxmen Requirements of Engineering Program 54 Table Requirements of Graduate Engineering Program 55 Table Requirements of Law Program 55 Table Requirements idanjs Medicine Program sxamen Table Requirements of Graduate Medical Program 58 Table Requirements of Nursing Program 59 Table Summary of Nursing Education 59 Table Requirements of Pharmacy Program 60 Table Requirements of Physical Therapy Program 60 Table Requirements of Veterinary Medicine Program 61 Exqmen Institutions that Offer Technological Baccalaureate 73 Table Summary of Technical Professional Programs 75 Table Distribution of Technological Licenciatura Programs 76 Table Licenciatura Curriculum in Civil Engineering 78 Table Graduate Program Requirements 80 Table Documento de Transferencia 96 Exhibit 4.
Bachillerato two-page credential 99 Exhibit 7. Preparatoria two-year program Exhibit 8. Certificado de Estudios issued since Examem 9. Carta de Pasante secondary level Exhibit Diploma de Especialidad Exhibit Grado de Maestro Grado de Doctor Exhibit Certificado [Transcript] secured with a perforation stamp, two-page document Exhibit Certificado [Transcript] doctoral program Exhibit Certificado [Transcript] issued as a reverse-side document Exhibit Certificado [unofficial transcript] Exhibit Suplemento Mexicano al Titulo Exhibit Cedula Profesional old format Exhibit Cedula Profesional new format Exhibit Carta de Pasante post-secondary level Exhibit Mexican Apostille Exhibit Examen General para el Egreso de la Licenciatura en xxx Exhibit Acta de Examen Profesional Exhibit Acta de Icanis de Grado de Doctor Its neighbour to the north is the United States of America; to the south, there are Guatemala and Belize.
The land on Mexico s west and east coasts is at idanix level. Mexico s coastlines exame the Pacific Ocean to the west and southwest and the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the east.
The Gulf of California lies between the Baja Peninsula, the world s longest peninsula, and the rest of mainland Mexico. The Yucatan Channel separates Mexico from Cuba. The area of Mexico is 1, square kilometers orsquare miles. Mexico is three times the size of Alberta.
Because of Mexico s large size, its terrain is exceptionally varied from north to south. Mexico has windswept deserts and lush rainforests, white sand beaches and snow-capped peaks. Most of northern Mexico is dry and made up of deserts and grasslands.
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The Chihuahuan desert is the largest desert in Mexico and North America. Approximately two-thirds of the country is mountainous. Mexico is located in the Ring of Fire, one of the earth s most active earthquake and volcano zones. A large central plateau runs through central Mexico from the United States border to the southern regions of Mexico. It consists of rolling hills interspersed with broad valleys. Central Mexico includes some of the best farm and ranch land in the country.
The Pacific coastline and the flat Yucatan Peninsula include lowlands. That is where the most rain falls each year and the country s tropical rainforest is located. In the central part of the country, there are a few rivers and the country s largest lake, Lake Chapala. Climate Just as Mexico encompasses deserts and jungles, mountains and beaches, the country has a diverse iddanis. The Mexican coasts have hot and humid conditions, while the central part of the country has a drier and more temperate climate.
The difference idahis climate is determined by Mexico s altitude over sea level, geographic latitude and atmospheric conditions. The north of the country is considerably cooler in the winter months and is quite arid.
The temperature varies idanos 5 C in winter and up to 42 C in summer months. Retrieved 11 July from. Cities found along the Sierra Madre mountain ranges have relatively constant temperatures throughout the year between 16 and 20 C.
Resources and economy Mexico s convenient geographical position and uneven topography contribute to the high concentration of natural resources. The country has significant oil and natural gas resources.
It is the world s leading silver producer. It is also rich in cooper, gold, zinc, lead and molybdenum. The natural resources maintain its economic balance. Mexico manufactures many goods such iidanis steel, machinery and petrochemicals.
A ivanis range of consumer goods is produced in the country. The automotive industry is one of the most important industries. Agriculture still provides the main industry with fruits and vegetables in commercially significant quantities.
Main agricultural products include corn, tomatoes, sugar cane, beans and avocados. Their export has increased dramatically in recent years.
International Education Guide FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATION FROM MEXICO – PDF
InMexico welcomed the most tourists among Latin America countries. Tourism is very important to the economy and provides nearly three million jobs in the country. Population The population census of conducted by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia reported a total Mexican population of , The current population of the United Mexican States is estimated to be about million people.