CAMPUS QUERÉTARO

INFRASTRUCTURE
CREATED FOR YOU

Tecnológico de Monterrey is a Mexican private non-religious university system with no political affiliation that was founded in 1943. At the present time it has 32 campuses distributed throughout the country sponsored by 25 non-profit organizations, academic centers in México and other Latin American countries; and it also has international offices in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Through its Virtual University it is present all over the world, by means of learning networks and advanced information technologies.

Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Querétaro was built on 1974. Today, our Campus' Director is Salvador Coutiño while Dr. David Noel Ramírez Padilla is the President of the Tecnológico de Monterrey nation-wide system.

Interesting Facts

  • 22 Undergraduate Programs
  • 3 Graduate Programs
  • Over 30 % of English-taught Courses
  • 6,000 Regular Students
  • 450 Faculty Members
  • Over 400 International Students (per year)

A HOUSING OPTION FOR YOU

There are three options when it comes to housing options.

Do you need more information about housing? Claudia Ugalde, our Housing and Logistics Coordinator can help you. Contact her at mcvieyrac@itesm.mx

UNIVERSITY DORMS/RESIDENCE HALLS

Residence Halls are brand new and have strict curfew policies and other regulations that may differ from the traditional dorms. Students interested in living in the Residence Halls should apply one year in advance.

State of Querétaro

Querétaro is a privileged state due to its excellent location, modern infrastructure and connectivity; it is safe and clean and offers a high quality of life and diversity in tourist attractions. Two hours North from México City, we find the first stop on the colonial cities route. Santiago de Querétaro, being the third most important city during the Viceroyalty, is nowadays one of the favorite places to rest in the center of México.

Querétaro is home to hard-working people who love their traditions, which means that most of the state's celebrations are of a religious order. The syncretism between first people's cultures and the influence of the Spanish colonists emerges at every one o these festivities. In this way the religious events are accompanied by pre-Hispanic traditions without being opposed by them.

It is impossible to speak of Querétaro without mentioning its wealth of architecture, which is to be seen wherever you go in the state, with countless churches, plazas, monasteries, missions and Baroque, Churrigueresque and Neo-classical buildings. Not for nothing is the state home to two areas recognized as World Heritage Sites.

Any questions?
Contact us:

study.qro@itesm.mx
Epigmenio González 500, San Pablo, 76130 Santiago de Querétaro, Qro.