CETYS

AcronymDefinition
CETYSCentro de Enseñanza Técnica y Superior (Center for Higher Technical Instruction)
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City University and CETYS Universidad are institutions at the forefront of higher education innovation.
CETYS Universidad is a private, non-profit higher education institution founded in 1961 by business leaders of Baja California, Mexico with the purpose of providing educational alternatives to the Northwest region of Mexico.
The joint initiative at the graduate level will offer CETYS Universidad students the opportunity to take City University MBA courses concurrently.
During his visit to the CETYS campus, Cornell shared experiences of his long and distinguished scientific career, offering students advice on how they can follow their goals upon graduation.
At CETYS University, we are committed to developing well rounded, globally competitive leaders in a rapidly evolving world for the economic, social, and cultural improvement of Mexico," said Fernando Leon Garcia, President, CETYS University.
I know all of this will help me in my professional life," comments Rocha Islava of the CETYS campus in Ensenada.
Current CETYS students in these programs include Valente Rocha Islava who recently studied abroad in Bellevue, Wash.
Yes," says Fernando Leon Garcia, president of Centro de Ensenanza Trcnica y Superior, or CETYS, which has taken its first steps toward a campus or center near Sacramento, and which has already been accredited to operate in the United States.
Founded in 1961 by business and community leaders in Baja California, CETYS has evolved into a highly internationalized multi-campus system established in Mexicali, Tijuana, and Ensenada, with 6,000 students in more than twenty undergraduate and graduate programs in Business, Engineering, and the Behavioral Sciences.
22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- During the celebration of half a century of history, CETYS University System in Baja California, Mexico, received the official certificate of Accreditation conferred by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), one of six regional accrediting agencies in the United States.
Receiving the scholarships in the "Arts and Philosophy" category are Kati Dulaney, a senior at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego; and Benjamin Castro Martinez, a senior at CETYS Universidad Campus Tijuana.
Rodrigo Guiterrez, dean of CETYS in Tijuana, is a leading software executive from our sister city to the south and will comment on the opportunities that exist for our two cities in joint software development.