Mexico is a great country: besides its world-famous hats, nachos or Jorge Negrete, the country – facing the wall … hum. – is home to a very diverse and often surprising culture. Moreover, to learn Spanish while sipping an iced tequila on the beach, this is THE place to be!
St. Kitts and Nevis, or St. Christopher and Nevis, is a small Caribbean island – just under 54,000 inhabitants! – ruled by Elizabeth II! That’s right, that’s all! On the other hand, if you want to learn Spanish during your internship, you’ll have to come back: it’s English that we’re talking about here.
Why is it better to do your internship abroad in Mexico, rather than in Saint Kitts and Nevis? Thanks to International Horizons, the answer is straightforward.
Match 1: Mexico VS Saint Kitts
Mexico has a population of almost 120,000,000. So, if during your international internship you hope to meet people, go out, walk a few kilometers or organize a barathon: Mexico wins by far.
Match 2 : Mexico VS Saint-Kitts
An internship in oil? Natural gas? Mining? Internship in the food industry ? Fishing ? Sailing ? Sports ? Automotive ? Steel ? Beer ? Everything is possible for your internship in Mexico, which has many companies with international dimensions! The possibilities are varied, and much more so than at the competitor of the day: Saint-Christophe and Niévès is mainly known for its tourism and sugar.
Match 3: Mexico VS Saint-Kitts
The Pink Sea of Las Coloradas is… really pink! And it’s sublime to see, moreover, its beaches are now real classified sanctuaries where there are no less than 3 of the 7 species of sea turtles in the world! Of course, Saint-Christophe and Niévès is about beaches: when you’re an island, it’s still easier. But, for pink water: that’s not the case for Mexico!
Saint-Christophe and Niévès is royal for holidays, lazing around, diving or discovering another culture. On the other hand, to do an internship: direction Mexico and its many opportunities! If you want to know more, contact us.
If you want to read more about Mexico, it’s there 😉