During the program students will be challenged to redesign and test an unmanned aircraft. They will also report a business opportunity idea for a prospective home country firm to participate in the Mexican aeronautic cluster.

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Students will be embarked on a TEC21 Educational Model journey, an ambitious university wide program to rethink education. iSummerMX will allow flexibility as to how, when and where learning happens through:

Company visits

Conferences with experts

Networking events





From July 4 to July 29, 2022

The iSummerMx Programs are an innovative academic option designed for International
students who love traveling and learning about new cultures. They are four-week-long and were
created with an itinerant schedule, that is, students will travel to dierent Tec de Monterrey

campuses in dierent cities. This means that students will learn about dierent parts of the coun-
try without ceasing their studies.

Each Tec de Monterrey campus will organize special activities with field trips, company visits, and
networking events that will make their experience unforgettable, by creating everlasting memories,
exercising their intellectual curiosity, and developing entrepreneurship, innovation, and leadership
skills in a multicultural setting.

The programs are based on experiential learning so students will learn also outside the class-
room by developing real-life collaborative projects with other students. Students will be embarked

on Tec de Monterrey ́s TEC21 educational model, an ambitious university-wide program to rethink
education allowing flexibility as to how, when, and where students learn.

Aeronautic Industry Program – Rising Aerospace Industry in Mexico
This program is designed for students interested in acquiring the basic knowledge and skills to venture as young professionals in the aeronautic industry.

Students will learn about the aeronautic industry ecosystem, key technological trends, and the relevance of this Mexican industry in the international setting.


  • The world´s largest electrical harness plant is located in Mexico
  • Mexico hosts one of the main commercial airplane interior design center. It is based in Chihuahua and belongs to the French group Zodiac Aerospace.
  • Besides the USA, the largest turbine engineering design center is based in Mexico. It is part of the General Electric group and it is located in Queretaro.
  • You can find the largest Latin American manufacturing center in Mexico. It has more than 1,170 CNC´s and belongs to Honeywell.

Campus Querétaro is the fourth largest campus in the country with more than 7000 students, of which 55% are from other states and more than 400 international students from around the world. Queretaro is located in the heart of Mexico, just a two-hour drive from Mexico City. Its great location, modern infrastructure, diversity of people, food and touristic places make the state one of the best destinations to visit. Queretaro is one of the safest, innovative and state-of-the-art sectors in industrial production, education and technology.

Campus Querétaro

The campus opened its doors in 1976. Being located in the largest state of Mexico, in the northern region of the country, the magnificent scenery and unique combination of mountains, canyons, deserts, waterfalls and fresh clean air provide a spectacular experience. Chihuahua´s international presence has grown from its collaboration and work in the aerospace and automotive fields, becoming one of the most important aerospace clusters in Mexico with more than 40 global companies involved. 

Campus Chihuahua

Estado de Mexico
(North of Mexico City): It´s one of the largest campuses of Tec de Monterrey. It is located in the municipality of Atizapán de Zaragoza. It offers a privileged location by being near to all major Mexico City´s attractions, manufacturing clusters and sights that range from the breathtaking Teotihuacan Pyramids to the amazing buildings of the nearby Reforma area. The campus Engineering faculty is strongly related to the industry.

Campus Estado de México Campus


Students will learn and advance their skills by taking 2 courses:
Credits per class 3 credits 5 ECTS 8 Tec de Monterrey Units
Credit load of the program (2 courses) 6 credits 10 ECTS 16 Tec de Monterrey Units

1. M2004 Aeronautics Fundamentals
(Taught in English)

In this course, students will understand and will be able to explain the aerodynamic principles and flight mechanics. They will also learn meteorology concepts, aerial navigation, air travel control and telecommunications as well as the practical principles to carry out a flight.

2. M3041 Aeronautical Engineering Project I
(Taught in English)

By the end of the course, students will be able to identify the design parameters and requirements that best satisfy the constraints of a multidisciplinary project. A project that integrates knowledge in the areas of mechanics, electronics, controls, and computing with the goal of finding an optimal solution applied to the aeronautical domain.


$3800 USD for independent students.

and $1800 USD for exchange* students.

*Nominated by partner institution.


May 6, 2022


May 13, 2022

This program includes:

  • Housing
  • Transportation for all program activities, including airport pick up on ocial arrival day and transfer from city to city.
  • Breakfast six days of the week
  • Tickets to all visits and events of the program
  • Student arrival kit
  • Health insurance


Arrival Day: July 2, 2022 MEXICO CITY*
Orientation Day: July 3, 2022 CAMPUS SANTA FE ( West of Mexico City)
Week 1 - July 4 to July 8 CAMPUS QUERÉTARO
Week 2 - July 11 to July 15 CAMPUS ESTADO DE MÉXICO (North of Mexico City)
Week 3 - July 18 to July 22 CAMPUS CHIHUAHUA
Week 4 - July 25 to July 29 CAMPUS QUERÉTARO

The arrival city will be Mexico City to have an orientation with students from other programs. Overnight stay is included in the program fee. After orientation, ground transportation will be provided by Tec de Monterrey to move to the city of Queretaro to begin classes.