Santa Fe


Come and Live
in Mexico City

Come and Live in Mexico City


Weather Icon


( - )




Salida Sol

Puesta Sol:

Santa Fe Campus

The Tec de Monterrey’s Santa Fe Campus is located on the western edge of Mexico City in an area which is probably the fastest growing business district in Mexico.
The Santa Fe Campus began operations in August 2001. Today it has over 3,600 students enrolled in its High School, Undergraduate and Graduate Programs.
The Santa Fe Campus is spread over 13 hectares of land, and it offers a wide range of sporting, cultural and leisure facilities, such as a full-size soccer field, basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts; a 1,200 m2 cafeteria, a number of snack bars, two libraries, science and engineering laboratories, and computer labs.
Free Parking and free transportation to and from most of the main areas of the city is offered to all our students.
Many cultural and athletic activities are offered free of charge to all regular and international students.

Given its location in one of the most prosperous business areas in Mexico, the Santa Fe Campus is surrounded by institutions that have grown in leaps and bounds and which have brought cutting-edge development to the area. This has helped the campus to broker educational partnerships with these companies, including:

Banorte Chrysler Huawei Microsoft Kraft Fondo de Cultura Económica Movistar

There are many places in Mexico for people to visit, from beaches to colonial area, archeological sites, museums, etc. In Mexico City you will find amazing nightlife that offer something for all styles and tastes, from contemporary to more casual: discos, bars, cafés, restaurants, etc. Mexicans usually start their weekend on Thursdays, but Sundays are usually more relaxed, dedicated to brunch with the family or more cultural activities such as a trip to the movies, the theater or one of the many museums in the city. The huge advantage of living in Mexico City is that you can travel to places of interest in the states surrounding the city (located no more than 2 hours from the city itself): Hidalgo, Toluca, Pachuca, Queretaro, Guanajuato, Taxco. Tlaxcala, Morelos and Puebla, all of which offer a variety of landscapes, architecture styles and traditions.