CELOP Visits Tec de Monterrey
CELOP and Tecnologico de Monterrey have had a strong working relationship for over five years with many students coming to Boston to study English and participate in semester exchange programs. Once a year, representatives from Boston University participate in the International Fair held at some of the 33 campuses of the Tec system. With 96,832 students, Tec is one of the most important educational institutions in Mexico. In February Bruce Rindler, the CELOP Associate Director, and Marsha Dean, a CELOP faculty, member met with students at the International Fairs at Tecnologico de Monterrey campuses in Monterrey, Puebla, Queretaro, Santa Fe, Estado de Mexico and Ciudad de Mexico to introduce them to CELOP programs.
The Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), commonly known as Tecnologico de Monterrey, was founded in 1943 by a group of entrepreneurs headed by Don Eugenio Garza Sada. Seeking to educate professionals and equip with the skills needed to succeed in the business world, Monterrey Tech has developed into an institution recognized — both nationally and internationally— for its academic excellence.