Term 3 2022 Tecnológico de Monterrey Virtual Student Exchange Program

Published: 19 May 2022

Delivery more: online

Program type: exchange 

Country: Mexico 

Program dates 

8 August– 2 December 2022 (including final exam)

UNSW application deadline: 

11:59pm on 29 May 

(late applications cannot be accepted)


Tecnológico de Monterrey offers online courses through the Virtual Exchange Program (VEP).

Their academic offering for the semester includes regular classes both in Spanish and English, Spanish as a Second Language and Mexican Culture.

Course Format

Tecnológico de Monterrey offers several undergraduate degrees under 6 different schools, all with a wide variety of courses in English and Spanish each term, providing students with a rich overview of different perspectives from various cultures:

  • Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Humanities and Education
  • Social Sciences and Government
  • Business
  • Engineering and Sciences
  • Architecture and Design

The course catalogue becomes available before the beginning of each semester. The tentative catalogue for Fall 2022 can be reviewed here.

Each course provides different amounts of credits.

► Courses can last 5, 10 or 15 weeks.

► A full academic workload is considered at 18 TEC credits (30 ECTS or 18 USA credits).

► Attendance to courses is mandatory.

► Class size averages 30 students.

► Homework is assigned regularly.

► Courses are offered in three models: remotely, hybrid, and in-person

► Minimum passing grade of 70/100.

UNSW Eligibility Requirements

For UNSW virtual exchange eligibility requirements please see the Virtual Exchange section of the Student Exchange Tutorial.  Please read all information carefully before applying. 

Enrolment and Fees

Limited exchange places available.  Successful students will be enrolled in specific exchange course code(s) at UNSW for the terms they are undertaking their virtual exchange courses. Students continue to pay their tuition fees to UNSW

How to Apply

Please apply through the Virtual Exchange Application  by 11:59pm on 29 May (late applications cannot be accepted)

Please copy the program name in this post's title and paste it into the 'First Preference Host University Name' field on the Virtual Exchange Application form.

Important: students must apply to UNSW via Virtual Exchange Application first and be selected and nominated by UNSW before they are eligible to apply on the APRU website.

Transfer of Credit:

If you are selected for this virtual student exchange program, you will be required to get partner university courses approved for credit by your UNSW Faculty. This is a condition of participating in the virtual student exchange program. Further information about the course approval process will be sent to you once you have submitted your application.  Information is also available in the Student Exchange Tutorial

Please make sure you research the partner university online courses carefully to find suitable options for your degree.

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