Tecnológico de Monterrey is a private university system founded in 1943 in Monterrey, México. It is a comprehensive university offering PhD, master, undergraduate, and high-school programs in Engineering, Management and Social, Arts and Human Sciences, and Medicine. It holds 31 campuses located across 25 cities in the country, and 22 liaison offices in 15 countries. It serves around 95 thousand students including 12 thousand graduates, 56 thousand undergraduates, and 27 thousand high-school students. Its faculty staff is made of 9.4 thousand professors of which three thousand are full time. Its academic programs are accredited by the main accreditation agencies in México including the National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT). Tecnológico de Monterrey´s research program is based on its flagship campus at Monterrey and operates through five graduate schools constituted by research professors from the research campuses (Tecnológico de Monterrey at Monterrey). The schools are: EGADE Business School, School of Government and Public Transformation, School of Medicine, School of Engineering and Sciences, and the School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences. Tecnológico de Monterrey at Monterrey gathers 17.3 thousand students including 13.5 thousand undergraduates, and 2.6 thousand professors and is the one being ranked in the World University Rankings.