Being far away from our land and family, and inspired by the community spirit that characterizes Latin Americans, together with a desire to share the true image of our culture, has resulted in the formation of Mexican Student societies in almost all UK Universities.
In 2002, 14 of these societies came together to form the MexSocUK: Birmingham, Cambridge, East Anglia Norwich, Edinburgh, Essex, Imperial College, London School of Economics and Political Science, Manchester, Oxford, Reading, Sheffield, Southampton, York and Warwick.
In April 2003, the first executive committee was selected.
The official introduction ceremony took place on the 1st of September of 2003, at the Old Building in the London School of Economics. With the presence of the distinguished writer and diplomat Carlos Fuentes, who served as guest of honor and became Sponsor of our society.
Alexis HernandezVice president
Irasema GuzmánAcademic Officer
Axel españaSports Coordinator
ARIADNA DIAZAlumni Liaison
Brian IsaacCommunications Officer
MEXSOCUK ADVISORY BOARD 2020-2021
Thank you all for making a stronger MexSocUK and promoting Mexican culture in the United Kingdom!
- Raúl Zepeda Gil, King’s College London (2020-2021)
- Angeles Lilian Camacho Rosales, University of Southampton (2018– 2020)
- Abel Villa Rodríguez, University of Edinburgh (2017 – 2018)
- Martin Lima, University of Leeds (2016 – 2017)
- Martin Miguel Angel Núnez Velázquez, University of Southampton (2015 – 2016)
- Pedro Constantino Echeverría, University of Sussex (2014 – 2015)
- Raúl Barclay Contreras, University of Essex (2013 – 2014)
- Liz Cedillo, University of Sheffield (2012 – 2013)
- David E Puga-Bolio, University of Lancaster (2011 – 2012)
- Claudia Ruíz García, University of Sussex (2009 – 2011)
- Pablo Brito Parada, Imperial College London (2008 – 2009)
- Luis Adrián Castro Quiroa, University of Manchester (2007 – 2008)
- Pablo Mendoza Villafuerte, University of Sussex (2006 – 2007)
- Jorge Arizmendi, University of Manchester (2005 – 2006)
- Benito Mirón, University of Essex (2004 – 2005)
- Salvador Elías Venegas Andraca, University of Oxford (2003 – 2004)
- Rodrigo Aguilar Benignos, London School of Economics (2002 – 2003)