Campus Monterrey

In 1943, civil society is a nonprofit. This society, Higher Education and Research, AC (EISAC), is sponsored by the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), founded on 6 September 1943. The efficient work, honesty and commitment to the ideals are the first values that emerge in this new school. The first Director General of Tecnol gico de Monterrey was the engineer Leon Avalos Vez, who graduated in 1929 from MIT. Tecnol gico de Monterrey is visited by great intellectuals like Jos Vasconcelos and Alfonso Reyes, who lectures in their classrooms. On 17 July 1950, President Miguel Alem n Vald s opens the Estadio Tecnol gico. On December 7, Tecnol gico de Monterrey takes an important step in its international when his studies are accred by the Southern Association of College and Schools (SACS) of the United States.In 1951 a group of students performed the first study trip to Europe. This will begin student exchanges with universities in other continents. On March 1, 1954, in a solemn ceremony in the main reading room of the new Library of Tecnol gico de Monterrey (now Mayor of Stewardship Board), President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines led the celebrations of the Tenth Anniversary. In July this year was completed the mural designed by Jorge Gonz lez Camarena for the Library building. The mural has become one of the most symbolic of Tecnol gico de Monterrey and Monterrey is based on pre-Conquest mythology and represents the triumph of culture and daily work. In 1959, Tecnol gico de Monterrey is selected by the International Cooperation Administration (ICA), an agency of the Federal Government of the United States as a center of education and training scholarships for their students who speak the Spanish language.This selection is indicative of the international prestige gained by the institution in its early years. In 1971, the sport at Tecnol gico de Monterrey receive a major boost with the first win for the Wild Borregos in National Football Championship. In 1973, the tragic assassination of Eugenio Garza Sada at the hands of the “Liga 23 September”, founder of the Tecnologico de Monterrey, a note of mourning to the celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the founding of the institution. In 1975, the Academic Senate agrees to delete the thesis preparation and presentation of the professional examination as to formal requirements for obtaining a professional degree from ITESM. Beginning this semester, students should only take and pass all subjects in the curriculum of their careers and fulfill their social service for their degree. In 1977, Ignacio A.Santos – founder member of the Council made the donation EISAC-Hospital San Jose Tec de Monterrey, in order to create the career of Surgeon within the institution. In June 1978, Monterrey Tech becomes the first educational institution in Mexico to confer professional degrees in women’s writings to the students who completed their studies. In August he joined the education system ITESM Surgeon’s career. In January 1986, the Council approves the General Statute EISAC Tecnologico de Monterrey, which defines the organization and its government system and the scope and responsibilities of each of the positions of the establishment of Tecnol gico de Monterrey. On the occasion of the World Cup “Mexico 86”, will extend the Estadio Tecnol gico.As a prelude to the celebrations of the 50th Anniversary of the Tecnologico de Monterrey, in 1992 began the construction of classrooms VII, the Student Center, the Center for Manufacturing and the Center for Sustainable Development. The Central Library, in coordination with the Department of Humanities, organized the Second International Book Fair in Monterrey. In 1993 the 50th Anniversary of the Tecnol gico de Monterrey. The Center for Sustainable Development was opened by the President of the Republic, Lic Carlos Salinas de Gortari. It also inaugurated the Center for Manufacturing, the monument to Don Eugenio Garza Sada, the plaque honoring the founders of the campus and the Cafeteria “Jubilee.” In 1997 he created the Fund to Support Graduate Tecnologico de Monterrey and CONACYT (FAPPI) in 1998 to construct the Cultural Center of Technology and begins to install the intranet system outside the campus infrastructure. America Economia Magazine ITESM certifies to the best business school in Latin America.