Each graduate program has its own admission process, so you must review the specific enrollment dates for the program of your interest by e-mailing us at: email@example.com or by calling 3669-3569 / 018003642900.
a) You can attend a promotional activity of the program of your choice to learn more details.
b) Apply for admission with the program advisor.
c) Submit the required documentation to schedule the admission interview.
d) Exam application (according to the graduate program).
e) Admission interview with the Academic Coordinator or the Admissions Board.
f) Decision from the Admissions Board
Course registration process
- Submit your documentation
Submit your academic documentation to the Registrar's Office (SSE), Central Building, ground floor, Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. For online graduate programs, you can scan your documentation and send it to the corresponding program advisor.
- Original birth certificate and two photocopies
- Two photocopies of your full undergraduate transcript
- Two photocopies of your diploma
- Two copies of your professional license (if your professional license is being processed, submit a copy of your professional exam record and a certificate of its registration and issuance).
- Two photocopies of your Personal Population Registry Code (CURP, in its initials in Spanish)
- Letter of acceptance into the master's degree program issued by the program coordinator.
- If you apply for the MBA-Regis program, you must see the program advisor about additional documentation to be submitted.
For PhD studies you must submit:
Master's Degree transcript, diploma and license.
2. File number assignment
Once you have submitted the full academic documentation, you will be assigned a file number.
3. Payment of the induction course (for programs that require it), go to:
From 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CASHIER
W Building, third module
From 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The payment must be made by credit or debit card or by check payable to ITESO, AC. For security reasons cash is not accepted.
It is the student's responsibility to submit any required documentation for financial aid before the beginning of the semester.
4. Course/Subject registration
Induction course, pre-sessional courses and/or program courses.
The academic coordination will orient students regarding course selection, depending on the courses offered by the graduate school coordination. The Graduate Program Admissions staff will help students sign up for their first semester courses.
From the second semester on, students will be responsible for registering their courses online at www.iteso.mx (reserved area).
Students can pay their tuition at:
- ITESO cashiers
- BBVA Bancomer tellers
- Online payment
- Direct debit payment
For more information contact the Financial Assistance Module at: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. 3669-3552.
6. Attend the graduate school welcome event
7. Start of classes
Students are responsible for checking that they are correctly enrolled in the program. They should print a copy of their schedule displaying the courses they have signed up for; they are likewise responsible for attending the first day of classes on the date and at the time specified on their course registration form.
8. Check the attendance lists once classes have started
In face-to-face classes, the coordination of each graduate program will publish the list of courses that have been cancelled due to insufficient enrollment during the first week of the semester. Students enrolled in the canceled course are automatically dropped. Affected students should contact their program coordinator in the first week of classes to enroll in another course.
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