The art of sculpture has evolved since it was born in 32,000 BC. Having started with small figures carved out of bones, we now use complex methods to create sculptures made of brass, marble, and other such materials. We create sculptures to commemorate people and events of significance in our history. We even carve out our deities in stone! A sculptor gets to express themselves in a three-dimensional medium. So, the art of sculpting holds a place of significant importance in human society.
Are you looking to study sculpture in Mexico? Here are the best sculpture schools in Mexico:
- National Autonomous University of Mexico – Mexico City, Mexico
Acceptance Rate: 34%UNAM is well-known across the globe thanks to its reputation as a top university for learning Arts & Design. Actually, it is ranked as number one in Mexico and Latin America. Furthermore, this public research university is the largest in Latin America, with more than 300,000 students. It consistently gets ranked as one of Latin America’s best universities.
- Metropolitan Autonomous University – Mexico City, Mexico
Acceptance Rate: 20%Founded in 1974, Metropolitan Autonomous University is one of the leading universities in Mexico. Since it was founded with the support of then-President Luis Echeverria Alvarez, the university has strived to be close to the social environment. More than 38% of the staff is registered in the National Researcher’s System (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores – SNI), a government agency that promotes the quality and quantity of research.
- National Polytechnic Institute – Mexico City, Mexico
Acceptance Rate: 25%IPN has always been in the world’s top 5% of universities and is renowned for its courses in Engineering & Technology and Natural Sciences. The low acceptance rate suggests that getting in isn’t easy, but the fees are pretty low, and the facilities and quality of education are among the best in the world.
- University of Guanajuato – Guanajuato, Mexico
Acceptance Rate: 54%Established in 1732, the university was granted autonomy in 1994. It holds its annual cultural fest (Festival Internacional Cervantino) in October. It features several art exhibitions and other cultural events.
- Ibero-American University – Mexico City, Mexico
Acceptance Rate: 75%Commonly known as La Ibero or UIA, the university was founded in 1943. It has since developed into one of Mexico’s top private universities offering higher education. You could participate in and showcase your talent in the annual festival of arts and cultural events since it is open to the general public and students.
- Autonomous University of Puebla – Puebla, Mexico
Acceptance Rate: 35%Established in 1578 as an institution sponsored by the Society of Jesus, BUAP became a public college in 1825, eventually becoming a public university in 1937. It has campuses in several locations across the state of Puebla. It has a dedicated cultural complex for dance, music, and other cultural activities.
- National Pedagogical University – Mexico City, Mexico
Acceptance Rate: 72%It is known as UPN and Mexico’s national teacher training university. The main campus near the Colegio de México in Mexico City is the largest UPN campus in the world. Its “Educate to Transform” motto gives all aspiring students enough reason to enroll in its courses.
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