annual, monthly, quarterly and special travel study programs are
organized for AMIU students, scholars, first time visitors, return
visitors and/or university supporters.
social and cultural options await one regardless of the
purpose. We serve
seekers, government workers or travelers who wish to expand their
international knowledge, cultural sensitivity or our guests
merely wish to spend time away from home or office.
visits to Maya ruins, the Guatemala Maya
Museum in Petén,
or special tours are hosted by specialists from the region. Tour
guides may give give our guests a running history about the
ruins, involve them discussions on the current rebirth of the
Mayan culture or critical needs of these societies today.
may visit Xunantunich, a Maya ruin found on Belize's
western border with Guatemala
North Eastern Guatemala, one may visit Tikal.
Travel Study Options May Be Arranged
Incentive and Motivation Travel Program - Includes a special
membership for which reduced fees may apply. A membership card
must be purchased.
Cities Coordination and Cultural Appreciation Opportunity
Travel Study Program
candidates (AMIU students or scholars) who intend to expand their
knowledge through visits to and interaction with renown experts
in their field or with management professionals; or among Mexican
or Central American native populations or culturally
small-group classes held in Guatemala may study
a Maya dialect.
Any Travel Study
Program Participant may earn a certificate
of completion are granted to any individual who registers and
completes a travel study activity; course; or adventure offered.
Select a tour
and set up a travel study reservation.