New Mexico, which was earlier known only as a popular tourist destination to many, is fast emerging as a big education capital as well. The universities and colleges of New Mexico are making their presence felt in both the national and international education circuit.
There are more than a fifty colleges and universities in the small city of New Mexico. Some of the more prominent universities are namely, the University of Phoenix, DeVry University, and American Inter Continental University. The range of programs offered to students by these universities and colleges will leave you astounded. From technology to art, from business to health, you are sure to find a course of your choice here.
Most of these universities offer a very good financial aid to a few deserving students, mostly at the graduate level. There are special scholarships and fee wavers granted to deserving local students. This is probably done in an attempt to promote education at the local level and also decrease the number of college dropouts, at least those, which occur due to financial reasons.
Like all other universities and colleges in America, you need to acquire in the prescribed standardized examinations like SAT for the under graduate level and GRE for the graduate level, in order to gain admission in these colleges. The other application requirements can be easily found out from the web sites of individual universities. You can also mail your query to the application contact head or the concerned university.
Contacting individual department unit heads is also particularly a good idea as at times a department may have application requirements different from those of the rest of the college.