Educational tourism in Mexico – EIN Presswire


United States, November 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Mexico You May Not Know

The Mexican people are rightly proud of their history and heritage, but we are especially proud of our history of innovation in technology, manufacturing and education. This is not a new trend – for example, Mexico is home to the oldest university in North America. Located in Mexico City, the National University of Mexico was founded by Charles V of Spain in 1551, 225 years before the signing of the American Declaration of Independence. The first printing press in North America? Mexico City also bears this honor, Juan Pablos beginning his work in 1539.

At the dawn of the 20th century, Mexican citizens advanced science in all fields. A very short sample of these pioneers might include:

• Guillermo González Camarena – first color television transmission
• Luis Miramontes – co-inventor of a safe contraceptive pill
• Manuel González Flores – anti-seismic “control piles” for buildings
• Mario J. Molina – Nobel laureate in chemistry
• Arturo Rosenblueth – pioneer in the study of cybernetics
• Guillermo Haro Barraza – co-discoverer of the Herbig – Haro celestial objects

Mexico has quickly become a global force in high-tech education. Mexico is home to some of the most prestigious medical schools in the world. Many American doctors were trained in Mexico, especially in Guadalajara. And many doctors around the world continue to choose Mexican institutions for their continuing education.

Mexico is home to some of the newest and most advanced educational institutions in the world. Like the United Arab Emirates, China and other countries, the government of Mexico has made a conscious decision to invest in educational infrastructure.

Fermatta University Music Center

The Fermatta University Music Center (Centro Universitario de Música Fermatta), the first contemporary music college in Latin America, is today the largest and most prestigious institution of its kind. With campuses in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, and Querétaro, Fermatta Music University Center offers three four-year bachelor’s programs, in addition to two two-year master’s programs, all fully accredited by the Secretariat of Public Education in Mexico. .

Now celebrating its 27th year, the Fermatta Music University Center has graduated some of Latin America’s greatest music superstars, who have racked up accolades, including more than 80 Grammys, Latin Grammys, Oscars and Cannes Film Festival awards.

The academic programs at Fermatta Music University Center are considered to be among the most demanding, advanced and technologically up-to-date in entertainment today.

Regardless of the area of ​​specialization desired by the student in the music sector, the essential and fundamental skills of the profession are emphasized. All graduates are expected to master sight reading, hearing training, instrumental performance, composition, sound engineering, music production, and the fundamentals of the music business. At Fermatta, mastery of these skills is considered compulsory, not just preferred for graduation.

Programs

The Fermatta Music University Center offers 3 bachelor’s and 2 master’s programs. These are the bachelor’s degree in sound engineering and music production, the bachelor’s degree in contemporary music composition and the bachelor’s degree in musical performance. For their part, the master’s programs available are the master’s in audio design and post-production for film and television and the master’s in entertainment business.

The study programs are designed to meet the professional requirements of anyone wishing to join the music industry. The evolution of the media and entertainment industries has required professionals to be prepared to operate in a wide range. Fermatta’s programs address these aspects, providing its graduates with the tools they need to lead successful professional lives.

Today, a musician who does not master the techniques of composition, the rudiments necessary to play his instrument and the skills necessary to produce and distribute his work independently, is doomed to failure. For this reason, Fermatta’s programs offer a comprehensive education that allows its graduates to easily place themselves in any of the branches of the music and entertainment industry. For this reason, the school differs from institutes that focus on over-specializing their students in just one of these aspects.

Master class series

The Master Class Series program aims to put students in direct contact with professionals in the music and entertainment industry. To achieve this, the university runs master classes that are taught by leading musicians, engineers, producers and industry executives. In this way, students learn firsthand the ideas, experiences and expectations of the people pulling the strings in today’s industry.

Special guests include Jack White, Chad Smith, Steve Vai, Matt Sorum, Steve Lukather, Glenn Hughes, Steve Morse, Michael Brauer, Michael League, Michael Thompson, Carmine Appice, Jim Scott, Joey Calderazzo, Marcus Miller, Alex Acuña, Pat Martino, John Medeski, Otmaro Ruiz, Herman Matthews, Armand Sabal-Lecco, Eddie Kramer, Glenn Hughes, Mike Stern, Meshell Ndegeocello, Nathan East, Renato Neto, David Schiffman, Joey Heredia, Gregg Bissonette, Jeff Berlin, Alain Caron, Ruta Sepetys, Bernard Fowler, Michael Manring, Robben Ford, Lee Sklar, Simon Phillips, Frank Gambale, Esperanza Spalding, Joe Lovano, Scott Henderson, Juan Alderete
Eric Marienthal, Kenny Aronoff, Tineke Postma, Nick Menza, Dave Lombardo, Shari Short, among others.

Jean Hernadez
Musical Docencia
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