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According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Mexico is a country located in North America, bordered by the United States to the north and Guatemala and Belize to the south. It has an area of 1,972,550 square kilometers (761,610 sq mi) and a population of over 127 million people. The terrain is mostly high plateaus and mountains with some low-lying areas in the south. The highest point in Mexico is Pico de Orizaba at 5,636 meters (18,491 feet). The climate is tropical with hot humid summers and mild winters in most parts of the country. The educational system in Mexico consists of both public and private schools. Primary education (ages 6-15) is free for all children in public schools but there are also private institutions available for those who can afford it. Secondary education consists of three years of schooling from ages 15-18 after which students may pursue either university or technical college studies. Higher education institutions include both universities such as the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Tecnológico de Monterrey, Universidad Iberoamericana, as well as many other private colleges and universities. Additionally, students may pursue vocational training programs at public or private technical centers such as CETYS University or Universidad Tecnológica del Valle de México. There are also several international schools that offer a variety of curriculum options for expatriates living in Mexico. See top-engineering-schools for Mexico Population and Geography.

Mexico Modern History

Mexico is a country located in North America. With the capital city of Mexico City, Mexico has a population of 128,932,764 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. Mexico was ruled by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) during most of the 20th century. The country was modernized after the Second World War. An oil boom… Read More »

Security in Mexico

According to foodezine.com, Mexico is definitely not one of the safest travel destinations , but don’t let that put you off. Because in many travel guides and reports about Mexico, something is usually exaggerated. Still, you should be careful all the time . Robberies, street threats and violent crime are much more common in Mexico… Read More »

Major Cities in Mexico

Mexico City (Mexico) According to SIMPLYYELLOWPAGES, Mexico City was founded in 1325 and immediately became the capital. Today it is the largest metropolitan area in the world in terms of population. Mexico City is a colorful city with many historical relics, monuments, museums, and modern buildings. It should be noted that it is located at… Read More »

Mexico Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever no cholera 1 Typhoid & Polio 2 – malaria 3 – Eat Drink Overview The medical facilities are good, there are state and private hospitals, doctors, clinics and pharmacies available. Drugs are often available without a prescription, and pharmacists are authorized to treat minor illnesses and… Read More »

Landmarks of Mexico

Mexico city According to topschoolsintheusa, the capital of Mexico, is the largest city in the world. Three cultures coexist surprisingly harmoniously here: pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern. In this city you can find everything you want in terms of shopping, art, gastronomy, sports, places of interest and entertainment. Mexico City has many archaeological and historical sites… Read More »

Mexico Geography, Languages, and Politics

Extension and boundaries. – Including between the United States of America to the north, the republic of Guatemala and British Honduras to the south-east, Mexico faces the American Mediterranean to the east, between the mouth of the Río Grande del Norte (Gulf of Mexico) and the mouth of the Río Hondo (Chetumal Bay in the… Read More »

The Drug War in Mexico Part I

In 2010, Mexico had a double anniversary: ​​it was 200 years since the liberation from Spain began, and 100 years since the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution – the one that laid the foundation for the current Mexican state. But it was a celebration of distaste. For over half a century, according to INTERNETSAILORS, Mexico… Read More »

The Drug War in Mexico Part II

4: Democratization and neoliberalism However, the current situation cannot be understood without also looking at two important societal changes in Mexico in the 1980s and 1990s. One was a transition from a centralized one-party state to a more decentralized democratic system of government . Gradual reforms of the mid-1980s electoral system made it easier for… Read More »