MIT-Mexico is a true reflection of MIT’s dual role as an international institution and national resource in an increasingly global economy.

Mexico is a country where MIT members can bring together high-level leaders from government, industry and academia for strategic analysis of topics like energy reform and climate change. MIT students and faculty are making their marks at some of Mexico’s largest and most successful companies and institutions and with individuals and communities across this rapidly evolving land. 

Founded in 2004, the MIT-Mexico Program has placed more than 200 MIT interns in Mexico in more than 60 institutions. The MIT-Mexico Seed Funds award grants to enable collaborations between MIT faculty and their Mexican colleagues. The MIT-Mexico program hosts events on Mexican cultural, political and business contemporary topics at MIT.

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Contact Griselda Gomez for more information
Managing Director
Program Assistant
Faculty Director