CONAHEC Member Institution


Since its foundation as a non-profit University in 1943, Tecnológico de Monterrey has formed leaders with entrepreneurial spirit, a humanistic outlook and who are competitive on a global scale. We created the Educational Model Tec21 based on 5 values: Innovation, Global Vision, Teamwork, Humanistic Outlook, and Integrity.

Our cutting-edge education model focuses on helping create leaders with entrepreneurial spirit. Which is why we offer the best for our students. Tec de Monterrey is ranked 206th in the 2016 QS World University Rankings report of the top 800 universities in the world. Tec also takes up the 7th ranking in Latin America.  We have internationals accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and national accreditations like FIMPES, COPAES and CIEES.

Tec de Monterrey also engages and embodies the importance of internationalization. Since the year 2000, more than 125,000 students from Tecnológico de Monterrey have taken part in international experiences in more than 51 countries around the world. Furthermore, more than 74,000 international students from more than 70 countries have visited one of Tec’s 31 campuses. To continue this internationalization, we partner with 559 universities around the world. Our internationalization work reflects in The Times Higher Education ranking with Tecnológico de Monterrey at 110th place in terms of global employability.

Currently, 89,641 students are living our University’s vision while being supported by 10, 117 lecturers.

#601-800th World University Rankings (2018) and #36th BRICS & Emerging Economies (2017) by Times Higher Education

Key Personnel

Name/Nom/Nombresort descending Email Institutional Role Department Country
Acevedo Mascarúa, Joaquín Primary Contact Faculty Development Department México
Garza Salazar, David Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Office of the Provost Mexico
Ramirez Padilla, David Noel Provost Tecnológico de Monterrey Mexico