Tecnológico de Monterrey
is a nonprofit institution born from society and for society that transforms the lives of thousands of people with an integral education, leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation, the best professors and teachers, and a social vision.
We are passionate about the disruption that generates value.
We break paradigms creating new opportunities for our public.
We are entrepreneurs, we generate ideas oriented to the public we serve and make them a reality.
We support and recognize people so they can generate changes, take risks and learn from their mistakes.
Student mobility in 2019
In 2019, a total of 10,528 students from Tecnológico de Monterrey took part in an international experience. These students are from high school, undergraduate and graduate schools.
The Tecnológico de Monterrey campuses welcomed 2,337 non-degree seeking international students and 3,079 degree seeking international students.
58% of Tecnológico de Monterrey graduates had an international experience.
From 2000 to 2019, more than 160,000 students from Tecnológico de Monterrey have taken part in an international experience, and more than 90,000 foreign students participated in experiences at Tecnológico de Monterrey campus.
In 2019, QS World University Rankings position Tecnológico de Monterrey as the number 158 university and the number 3 in Latin America.
The Tecnológico de Monterrey is accredited by both domestic and international institutions such as the Mexican Federation of Private Institution of Higher Education (FIMPES) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), respectively. Several academic programs have also received accreditations.
Graduate Employability Rankings 2020 by QS ranks Tecnológico de Monterrey as the 40th academic institution in terms of Graduate Reputation.
Internationalization through virtual mobility
During 2019, Tecnológico de Monterrey opened opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in virtual internationalization experience in Germany, Canada, Spain, the United States, France, and more.
Through programs such as certificates, virtual exchange programs, double degrees, academic trips, online courses with international leaders, and Global Classroom.
Global Classroom by Tec de Monterrey
This initiative is an strategy of the Vice Rectory of International Affairs. The goal of the initiative is to connect a Tecnológico de Monterrey course with a course of an international university.
The students use technological tools to learn in a multicultural environment. In 2019, 16 courses were linked with 14 collaborations: 8 from undergraduate courses, 5 from graduate courses, and 1 mix from undergraduate and graduate courses.