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Internationalization should not enable one culture to dominate another
"Internationalization should not enable one culture to dominate another; on the contrary, it should give all cultures the opportunity to influence, from their own values, the construction of a body of knowledge that is at the service of human development, one that is rooted in concrete and universal elements."
Father Adolfo Nicolás, SJ, Superior General of the Society of Jesus.
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At ITESO we give a special emphasis to the internationalization of education. We know that the experience of studying abroad gives students global competencies, skills to live and work productively in a world marked by cultural, social, economic and linguistic diversity.
The Institutional Relations Office coordinates our international and national exchange programs, as well as our international summer courses. Aside from supporting the mobility of professors and students, it provides orientation and information about programs and scholarships abroad.
Undergraduate students can take courses abroad and choose from over 175 universities – Jesuit and non-Jesuit – from many different countries on five continents, thanks to the collaboration agreements that ITESO has with organizations such as ISEP (Internacional Student Exchange Program), CREPUQ (Conférence des Recteurs Et des Principaux des Universités du Québec) or AUSJAL (Association of Jesuit Universities in Latin America).