Silicon Valley-based Holberton School, a project-based college alternative for software engineers, is opening a second school in Mexico in partnership with Anáhuac University which plans to open eight schools in the country within the next two years.

After opening its first Mexico school in Mérida, the second campus will open in Guadalajara teaching new students in January. This will bring the total number of Holberton Schools campuses around the world to 28.

Homero Sánchez, general manager at Holberton School Mexico, said: “Mexico has an incredible pool of talent, and we are thrilled to bring the Holberton School education to the many. Thanks to this partnership, Anahuac University will be able to increase their impact and train the next generation of software engineers, at scale, in Mexico.”

Date published: 15 October 2021

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