Queretaro is located in the central region of Mexico. It has a population of approximately 1.9 million people, half concentrated in Santiago de Queretaro, the Capital. Queretaro benefits from a safe environment, low perceived corruption, and a growing specialized education. Queretaro has one of the most diversified economies of Mexico. The state hosts a high-performing manufacturing industry spurred by an active local government, abundant natural resources and skilled labor force. Queretaro also hosts one of the most advanced aerospace clusters in the country (Harvard Business School, 2015).
Tec Campus Queretaro is a comprehensive university offering PhD, Master, Undergraduate, and High-school programs in Engineering, Management, Social Arts and Human Sciences. It has approximately 6,000 students and 350 faculty members.
It currently offers:
Save the date: February 26 to March 4, 2017
Location: Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Querétaro
Epigmenio González 500, Fracc. San Pablo, Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, México 76130.
Agenda: During this unique 7 days experience, global faculty will teach on campus, interact with local faculty and experience the local culture and sites through visits to local attractions.
Overview: Faculty members from international partner universities of Campus Querétaro are invited to our campus to share their knowledge and experience with their Mexican peers and the local student population.
Tec will provide accommodation, meals, transportation and transfer to and from the airport. Selected candidates are responsible for purchasing their international airfare and corresponding health insurance.
Please send your resume and a list of proposed lectures to Ms. Sandra Camacho, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 4th 2016.
Kindly note that the final selection of candidates is made by the Academic Departments of Tec. The International Office will send an acceptance letter to successful candidates by November 25th, the latest. Candidates who are not contacted by this date should consider their applications as unsuccessful.
Universities that have previously taken part in the Global Faculty Program.