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Data and Figures

Data and Figures

Presence

26
Campuses in Mexico
18
Offices around the world

Students

93168

Total number of

27402

High School

58782

Undergraduate

6984

Graduate

Of students received scholarships and financial aid

27607

Students participated in cultural activities

45502

Students participated in physical education and sports

23157

Students enrolled in student organizations

Faculty

10013

Professors

2377

Tenured professors

7636

Associated professors

Of the faculty at the undergraduate and graduate levels have the adequate academic qualifications to teach courses in their respective specialization area

Entrepreneurship

1160

Companies in growth and development process inside Tecnológico de Monterrey´s entrepreneurship ecosystem

4270

Businesses have graduated from Tecnológico de Monterrey´s incubation and entrepreneurship ecosystem

11

Entrepreneurship and innovation parks

Human Sense

12245

Average, per semester, of students in Social Service projects.

Student´s involvement
18
%

In projects promoting ethics and citizenship from academic disciplines.

82
%

In training partner organization projects.

4865

Students graduated in August- December 2019.

2686473

Social Service hours done by student.

79

% of students who did more than 480 hrs.

571

Average hours per student of this generation.

3080

Social Service projects carried out in the year.

203

Teachers promoting the development of SS projects in their subjects.

810

Training partner organizations ** linked in these projects.

** Training Partner Organization: = Training partner organization. For the purposes of the social service program, this term will be used for those organizations that make an agreement or collaboration agreement with the Tecnológico de Monterrey, and among which are: neighborhood associations, public entities, civil society organizations, companies ( as long as the training unit is aligned to solve some of the needs contemplated in the UN Sustainable Development Goals); scientific research centers, student groups (with social projects) and programs of the institution or groups of organized people, in order to contribute to the improvement of society´s quality of life.

Participating agents in the Academic Integrity Program

211

Professors members of the Campus Academic Integrity Committees (CIAC, in spanish).

9

Teachers/Directors members of the National Academic Integrity Committee (CIAN, in spanish).

33

Campus Academic Integrity Ambassador Professors.

Awareness and training actions for students

(22,447) Students took the Introduction to Academic Integrity course.

21367

(81%) High School

526

(1%) Undergraduate

626

(11%) Graduate

(38,580) have signed the Code of Academic Integrity.

25619

(97%) High School.

12483

(24%) Undergraduate.

478

(8%) Graduate.

2,417 students and 183 professors from 19 campuses participated in the “Be Original, Be Authentic” panels to promote integrity in their academic activities.

485 students submitted 287 proposals in national competitions to promote academic integrity.

Awareness-raising and training actions with teachers

6611

Professors and Collaborators took the online course Introduction to Strengthening Academic Integrity.

816

Professors took the Introduction to Strengthening Academic Integrity course live, through CEDDIE, during the contingency.

203

High School mentors trained to teach the Academic Integrity course to their students.

86

Members of 28 Academic Integrity Campus Committees trained in the guidelines to operate in the Digital Flexible Model.

Social Development; PrepaNet

1429

Students in the Prepanet nline high school program.

21

Campus offer the program.

2051

Social Service mentors of other students.

Internationalization

INTERNATIONALIZATION

Academic agreements with 575 universities in 48 countries

11499

Students studied a semester or participated in a summer exchange in a foreign university

238

Professors participated in international programs, summer courses, seminars and conferences abroad

5137

Foreign students studied a semester or summer at one of the 31 Tecnológico de Monterrey’s campuses

610

Foreign professors teach courses at one of the 31 Tecnológico de Monterrey’s campuses

Of our students, 58% have international experience upon graduating

Graduates

246324

Undergraduate degrees granted by Tecnológico de Monterrey since its foundation

71111

Graduate degrees granted by Tecnológico de Monterrey since its foundation Of our students:

 

Of our students:

81 %

Graduate with a satisfactory or outstanding score on the CENEVAL (Mexico’s National Center for the Evaluation of Higher Education) test

3 months after graduation:
21
%

Of graduates currently own a company or are starting a business

5 years after graduation:
18
%

Of graduates occupy or have occupied a leading position

42
%

Of graduates currently studying or have studied a postgraduate program

37
%

of graduates currently owning or have owned a company

25 years after graduation:
42
%

Of graduates occupy or have occupied a leading position

49
%

Of graduates currently studying or have studied a postgraduate program

64
%

Of graduates currently owning or have owned a company