National Institute of Technology of Mexico

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National Institute of Technology of Mexico
Tecnológico Nacional de México
Type Public
Established 24 July 2014 (2014-07-24)
Budget Mex$15,381,000,000 (2014)
Officer in charge
Juan Manuel Cantú Vázquez
Location Mexico City, Mexico
Campus 263 across Mexico (2014)[1]
Website tecnm.mx

The National Institute of Technology of Mexico (in Spanish: Tecnológico Nacional de México, TNM) is a Mexican public university created on 23 July 2014 by presidential decree.[2] At the time of its foundation, the Institute incorporated the 263 former Institutes of Technology that had been created since 1948; first under the patronage of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) and, since 1959, directly dependent of the Secretariat of Public Education (SEP).[1]

Campuses[edit]

The Institute has 263 campuses across Mexico including:

Mexican state Campus (date of foundation)
Aguascalientes Aguascalientes, Pabellón de Arteaga, El Llano
Baja California Ensenada (1997), Mexicali (1981), Tijuana
Baja California Sur La Paz
Campeche Campeche, Chiná, Lerma
Chiapas Comitán, Tapachula, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Chihuahua Chihuahua (1948), Chihuahua II, Ciudad Cuauhtemoc, Ciudad Juárez (1964), Ciudad Jiménez, Delicias, Parral
Coahuila Saltillo (1951) Instituto Tecnológico de La Laguna Instituto Tecnológico de Torreón
Colima Colima
Durango Durango (1948), El Salto, Valle del Guadiana
Guerrero Acapulco, Instituto Tecnológico de Iguala, Instituto Tecnológico de Chilpancingo
Michoacán Morelia (1964), Zamora (1994), Apatzingán (1994), Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Ciudad Hidalgo
Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Tacámbaro (2002)
Nayarit Bahía de Banderas, Nayarit North, Nayarit South, Tepic
Nuevo León Linares, Nuevo León (1976)
San Luis Potosí Ciudad Valles, Matehuala, San Luis Potosí Instituto Tecnológico de Rioverde
Oaxaca Oaxaca (1968)
Puebla Puebla (1972)
Querétaro Querétaro (1967)
Quintana Roo Cancún
Sinaloa Culiacán, Los Mochis, Mazatlán
Sonora Agua Prieta, Guaymas, Huatabambo, Hermosillo, Nogales (1975), Valle del Yaqui
Tabasco Villahermosa (1974)
Tamaulipas Altamira, Ciudad Madero (1950), Ciudad Victoria, Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa
Zacatecas Zacatecas

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Breve Historia de los Institutos Tecnológicos de México" [Brief History of the Mexican Institutes of Technology] (in Spanish). Sistema Nacional de Institutos Tecnológicos. Retrieved 24 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "Decreto que crea el Tecnológico Nacional de México" [Decree establishing the National Institute of Technology of Mexico] (in Spanish). Diario Oficial de la Federación. 23 July 2014. Retrieved 24 July 2014. 

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