CAMPUS CUERNAVACA

INFRASTRUCTURE
CREATED FOR YOU

The Cuernavaca Campus was founded in 1980 and is one of the 26 campuses that form part of the Tecnológico de Monterrey system. The Cuernavaca Campus moved to a brand new home in 2008. The campus is a highly modern, fully equipped facility with private security. With an enrollment of more than 2,000 students per semester, the campus helps its students to grow professionally by maintaining a close relationship with both students and faculty members.

OURS FACILITIES

The campus specializes in teaching Spanish as a Second Language and culture in Mexico. The Tecnológico de Monterrey is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral degrees.

Reasons to Study at the Cuernavaca Campus:
1. Internationalization
2. Social
3. Personalized Attention
4. A Long Tradition of teaching Spanish as a Second Language
5. Outstanding Location and the Best Weather


WHAT TO DO

IN CUERNAVACA

What to see and do

The city is home to shopping malls, theaters, cinemas and a large variety of markets, restaurants and coffee shops. Furthermore, the city has some excellent museums and famous gardens, such as the Robert Brady Museum or the Jardin Borda. At night, the city converts itself into a great place to hang out or dance in one of its many bars and nightclubs..
Culture.


WHERE TO LIVE

Accommodation Services
To make your stay in Cuernavaca as comfortable and pleasant as possible, the International Programs Office has a number of different accommodation arrangements that will certainly meet your needs.
Home Stay Program

We suggest living with a Mexican family in order to get the full Mexican experience!
This program offers three meals from Monday to Saturday, clean rooms, guidance and advice and whatever else you might need.
Most host families show great interest in the lives, cultures and backgrounds of their foreign students. They want to help you learn and feel part of the family. Additionally, most houses have a swimming pool.

Reservations
If you choose to live with a Mexican host family, please send an e-mail to orquidea.alvarez@itesm.mx and fill out the application form, stating if you would prefer a single or double room. You also need to deposit US $250 into the following account:

The account details are:
Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
Account Holder: ITESM
Account Number: 83260102401128905
ABA: 121-000-248
SWIFT CODE: WFBIUS6S
Address:
- Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
- Attn. Int’l Business Banking
- 1100 Matamoros St.
- Laredo, TX 78040-5005
- ZIP CODE 78040-5005

*A scanned copy of the bank/deposit slip should be e-mailed to: study.cva@servicios.itesm.mx as soon as the payment has been made in order to credit it to your balance.
The bank slip of the wire transfer is the only official payment confirmation accepted.
NB: Checks, money orders or traveler’s checks are not accepted.

Remember to read the regulations so you can know what to expect from each program:
Family Program Regulations

 
Independent Accommodation
The International Programs Office will provide you with a list of houses and apartments which may be of interest to you. These apartments are NOT affiliated to the Tecnológico de Monterrey, so if an apartment is available and you are interested in renting, you will be responsible for making the arrangements with the owner/landlord

Culture

The city center, known as the Zócalo or main square, is a pleasant place to observe the city's historical sites and enjoy the Mexican culture, people watch and a have drink or snack. Just next to it is the Palacio de Cortés, a historical residence and currently home to the town museum. A short walk will take you to the cathedral, a beautifully preserved monument. In addition, the city has many other historical sites that can be seen and explored easily via the tourist bus or by walking.

Any questions?
Contact us:

miriam.meneses@tec.mx

Autopista del Sol km 104, Colonia Real del Puente, C. P. 62790, Xochitepec, Morelos.