Colegio Nacional de Educación Profesional Técnica - CONALEP • México D.F, Mexico
Colegio Nacional de Educación Profesional Técnica – CONALEP was founded in December 1978, as a higher education institution to meet the need of technical professionals. Until the year of 1991, the school was operating from 10 campuses. From 1991 onwards, there higher education provider is training students in 260 training places and 9 technical assistance centres. The university offers a wide range of courses in the field of Technology. The college aims to contribute to state development through the training of qualified personnel. There are several campuses, including the Merida I campus, which was founded in 1980, which focuses on administration services. The Merida II campus is located in the West of the beautiful city of Merida, and delivers training in the field of industrial work and administration, as well as tourism. The Tizimin campus was founded in 1983, is also an educational institution which focuses on administration. Its graduates are well-known for their excellent skill set which they possess upon graduation. With Merida III, the CONALEP extended its reach by offering more technical courses in the fields of graphic design, automobile courses, and many more. Graduates of CONALEP are well-equipped with necessary skills and tools to become more successful in their chosen field of expertise. The teaching staff are made up of highly qualified professionals who are eager to pass on their knowledge and offer guidance so that students' reach their academic potential. The school offers a great learning environment and has numerous academic and business partners in Mexico and abroad. The students need to have the following values: respect towards all people, commitment to society, communication skills, cooperation, liability, positive attitude and attention to detail and quality. Courses are taught in Spanish, and the school welcomes applicants from all over the world. Internships are a valuable part of the programmes, in order to train the students for their careers.