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Program Details - ITESM - Tecnologico de Monterrey , Campus Monterrey - Monterrey, Mexico

Primary Mailing Address

ATTN: Maria Jose Perez Rebolledo
Address: Ave. E. Garza Sada #2501
City / Province: Monterrey, NL
Postal Code 64849
Country: Mexico

Primary Contact Information

Phone: ++ 52 81 8328 4065 Ext. 3946

General Program Information

General Program Information

Founded since 1943, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey is recognized today as one of the best universities in Latin America with an important international position. With more than 19,000 students, it offers a great opportunity to interact with students from all over Mexico and other parts of the world.

Explore our academic choices:

  • Spanish as a foreign language, Business and Mexican culture.

  • More than 200 courses taught in English: Diverse academic areas such as Business, Human Resources, Economics, International Business & International Relations, Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Humanities, Law, Physics, Engineering and more!

  • Regular courses taught in Spanish with a wide variety of courses from our 34 different academic departments.

  • Certificate Programs:

    • International Business

    • Tourism

    • Latin American Business Management

    • Audiovisual Journalism

    • Audiovisual Media Production

    • Latin American Studies

    • Political Science

    • Environmental and Sustainable Development

    • International Trade and Legal Transactions

    • Construction Management.

    • Internship and Research Program

  • Volunteer social work

  • Summer programs:

    • Mayan Route (4 weeks in June): For those students interested in learning more about ancient cultures, such as the Mayan, we have a great itinerant program that will take place in south region of Mexico. Take this opportunity to learn about a place full of traditions, folklore and historical millenary sites.

    • Monterrey Campus (5 weeks in June): Study Spanish as a foreign language, do an internship, volunteer social work, or regular courses taught in Spanish.

Studying in another country is a fascinating experience. In order to help you enjoy this experience to the full, the International Programs Office at Tecnologico de Monterrey offers you all the help you need to adapt to your new environment.

During semester and summer periods we have a volunteer social work project called Mexico Rural. This project has the purpose to met the rural areas away from the main city and help the development of the community through different activities that the students prepare for the children they will meet. The visit to the rural community will be during 3 weekends, staying for one night every weekend in the community. Its strategies intend for students to act in solidarity and as responsible citizens to improve their community's life quality, especially in marginalized zones.

On the other hand, the International Programs Office schedules trips to different cities, events and famous places to let the international student know more about the Mexican culture and its people around the country.

During summer period, Monterrey Campus also has a great Mayan Route Program. It is a great international experience by learning Spanish, culture, traditions, historical millenary sites and more in a great itinerant program of 4 weeks that will take place in different cities in the South of Mexico. The program will start in the city of Tuxtla Gutierrez in the state of Chiapas and continue to the cities of San Cristobal de las Casas, Palenque, Campeche, Merida, Playa del Carmen and an optional long weekend at the beautiful Cancun. Taught entirely by Tecnologico de Monterrey faculty, this program will offer you the possibility to study Spanish in combination with a Mexican Culture class.

Finally, Monterrey it is the best representative of the today's Mexico thinking. In its origins and in its culture it represent the ancient Mexico, traditions, kindness and magic of the people; but on the other hand it also represent the hard working, the industrial and entrepreneurs side of our country. It is a dichotomy of the modern VS traditions. You will have the opportunity to learn from the people, from the city, and from the country with our various trips to other places PLUS a great academic excellence.

The Monterrey Campus is the main, largest and most recognized campus in the Tecnologico de Monterrey System. It is accredited by several national and international organizations, such as:

SACS - Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in the United States

EQUIS - European Foundation for Management Education

AACSB - International Association for Management Education

ABET - Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology

NAAB - National Architectural Accreditation Board

How to apply?

Applicants must enter our website www.studyinmexico.com.mx and look in the How to apply section. Application Process Involves:

  • Online Admission Application Form

  • Transcripts

  • Letters of Reference

  • Other requirements may apply.

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