FINANCIAL AID

 

At the International University of Cancún there are many ways to pay for your tuition — and many students use more than one type of aid. Check out your options below and see which type of financial assistance works best for you.

 

apoyo-anahuac
  1. Complete the admission process and gain acceptance to Anahuac University.

     

  2. Check with Pre-University Services for the deadline to apply for a scholarship.

     

  3. Create your institutional email (@anahuac.mx) once you have been admitted to Anahuac University.

Gather the following documentation individually and in PDF format:
  • Proof of tutor's income.

     

  • Proof of high school grades with a minimum overall GPA of 8.5.*

     

  • Letter from the applicant explaining reasons for the scholarship request, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Letter from the tutor explaining the economic situation, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Proof of current residence under the name of one of the tutors (electricity, water, or telephone bill).

    *The minimum required GPA is based on the traditional Mexican grading system. Re-entry students: the final semester GPA will be considered.

Similarly, you will be asked to individually attach photographs of the following areas of your home:

  • Facade (exterior/front of the house)
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
deporte
    1. Start your admission process and get accepted into the Anahuac University.
    2. Check the Pre-University Care department for the deadline to apply for a scholarship.
    3. Once you are admitted to Anahuac University, create your institutional email (@anahuac.mx).
  • Gather the following documentation individually and in PDF format:

     

  • Proof of the tutor's income.

     

  • High school transcript with a minimum overall average of 8.0.*

     

  • Letter from the applicant explaining the reasons for the scholarship application, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Letter from the tutor explaining the economic situation, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Proof of current address under the name of one of the tutors (electricity, water, or telephone bill).

     

  • Sports Resume.

    *The minimum required average is based on the traditional Mexican grading system. For re-admitted students, the final average of the current semester will be considered.

    Similarly, you will be asked to attach individual photographs of the following areas of your home:

     

  • Facade (exterior/front of the house)

     

  • Living room

     

  • Dining room

     

  • Kitchen

4. Interview with the Sports Coordinator and athletic evaluation.

artes
    1. Begin your admission process and gain acceptance to Universidad Anáhuac.

       

    2. Check with Pre-University Services for the deadline to apply for a scholarship.

       

    3. Once admitted to Universidad Anáhuac, create your institutional email (@anahuac.mx).

  • Gather the following documentation individually and in PDF format:

     

  • Proof of income from the guardian.

     

  • High school transcript with a minimum overall GPA of 8.0.*

     

  • Letter from the applicant explaining the reasons for the scholarship application, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Letter from the guardian explaining the financial situation, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Proof of current address under the name of one of the guardians (electricity, water, or telephone bill).

     

  • Artistic-cultural resume.

    *The minimum required GPA is based on the traditional Mexican grading system. Returning students: the final GPA of the current semester will be considered.

    Additionally, you will be asked to attach individual photographs of the following areas of your home:

     

  • Exterior/front facade of the house

     

  • Living room

     

  • Dining room

     

  • Kitchen

4. Interview with the Art and Culture Coordination and artistic assessment.

academica
    1. Begin your journey of admission and acceptance into the prestigious Anáhuac University.

       

    2. Discover the crucial deadline for applying for a scholarship by consulting our Pre-University Assistance team.

       

    3. Once you have been admitted to Anáhuac University, create your institutional email (@anahuac.mx) to stay connected.

  • Gather the following documents individually and in PDF format:

     

  • Income certificate of the guardian.

     

  • High school grades certificate with a minimum overall GPA of 8.0.*

     

  • Applicant's letter explaining the reasons for the scholarship request, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Guardian's letter explaining the financial situation, addressed to the Scholarship Committee.

     

  • Proof of current address under the name of one of the guardians (electricity, water, or telephone bill).

     

  • Once the educational credit is approved, consult the Scholarship Coordination to find out the next steps.

    *The minimum required GPA is based on the traditional Mexican grading system. Re-entry students: the final GPA of the current semester will be considered.

    Similarly, you will be asked to attach individual photographs of the following areas of your home:

     

  • Facade (exterior/front of the house)

     

  • Living room

     

  • Dining room

     

  • Kitchen

The educational credit operates as follows:

 

  • The assigned percentage and the statement of the educational credit will be reflected in the financial module of the student's account, in a section separate from the tuition fees.
  • At the end of each semester, the student will sign promissory notes that will validate their future payments.
  • At the end of each semester (May and November), the student will be charged a 2.5% interest on the total accumulated capital debt.
  • The interest will be paid during the degree, as long as no payment plan or full payment of the debt has been made.
  • Once the student has completed 100% of their study plan, a payment plan will be arranged with an annual interest rate of 5%, with a maximum payment period equal to the duration of the educational credit enjoyed.
costos-5

For this type of scholarship, only new students can apply.

Essential requirements to be eligible:

  • Being admitted to the University.
  • Minimum overall high school GPA of 8.5.*
  • The scholarship percentage earned is only valid for the immediate upcoming period.
  • Submit your diploma and certificate verifying the percentage of scholarship earned in the competition to the Scholarship Coordination.

In addition to this, you will need to complete the following tasks:

    • To apply for this scholarship, you will need to go through the admission process and be accepted into the Anahuac University.
    • Make sure to check the deadline for scholarship applications at Pre-university Services.
    • Once admitted, you must create your institutional email (@anahuac.mx).
    • Collect the following documents individually in PDF format:
      • Proof of your tutor's income, high school transcripts with a minimum GPA of 8.5,
      • A letter from you explaining your reasons for applying, addressed to the Scholarship Committee
      • A letter from your tutor explaining the financial situation, also addressed to the Scholarship Committee
      • Proof of current address under the name of one of the tutors (electricity, water, or telephone bill). 

*The minimum required GPA is based on the traditional Mexican grading system.

Furthermore, you will be asked to attach individual photographs of the following areas of your home:

  • Exterior facade (front of the house)
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen

What is the difference between an Educational Loan and a Scholarship?

 

What is a scholarship and how does it work?

The scholarship offers a complete or partial exemption from the initial payment fees (registration or re-registration) and tuition fees (at the undergraduate level) for those interested in studying, or students who are already enrolled in a program at the International University of Cancun. All scholarships can be supplemented with educational financial when requested by the applicant, based on their socio-economic situation and the university's available financial resources to provide this additional support. Scholarships are awarded under various categories based on academic, athletic, cultural, or humanitarian talent and/or the socio-economic status of the applicant. Scholarships are not transferable.

What is an Educational Loan and how does it work?

Educational Loan:  The International  University of Cancun offers you the possibility of financing. This means enabling students to pay for their studies and ensuring that financial resources do not hinder their educational journey. This tool allows students to fulfill their monthly payments within the institution, and it is subject to various requirements and conditions for obtaining it. It is granted based on a legal commitment to repayment and is subject to an interest rate.

How does the combination of an Educational loans and Scholarships work?

The main difference is that the university covers the percentage of the granted scholarship and the Educational loan covers the student's financing, which must be paid off upon graduation, according to the agreed time and payment plan with the Credit and Collection Department.
 
Deadline for scholarship and/or educational credit applications (Period 2024)

Call for New Incoming Students


FIRST-YEAR APPLICANTS JANUARY 2024

  • Scholarships: November 3, 2023

     

  • Educational loan: November 30, 2023

     

  • BME Scholarships Agreement: November 30, 2023

FIRST-YEAR APPLICANTS AUGUST 2024

  • Scholarships: March 29, 2024

     

  • Educational loan: April 28, 2024

     

  • BME Scholarships Agreement: April 28, 2023

Deadlines applications 2024

 

FIRST-YEAR APPLICANTS JANUARY 2023

Scholarships: November 3, 2023
Educational Loan: November 30, 2023

RE-ENROLLMENT
JANUARY 2024

Scholarships and Educational Loan: September 30, 2023

FIRST-YEAR APPLICANTS AGUST 2023

Scholarships: March 29, 2024
Educational Loan: April 28, 2024

RE-ENROLLMENT AUGUST 2023

Scholarships and Educational Loan: February 29, 2024

admission process