The Universidad Regiomontana is an institution of higher education in Monterrey, México.
The U-ERRE system has a high school (Sixth Form) and a large number of different campuses centrally located in the metropolitan area of Monterrey. At the undergraduate level, there are three interconnected campuses and offices - Business Administration Aulas I, Humanities and Social Sciences Aulas II, and Engineering and Architecture Aulas III. 32 undergraduate degrees are offered, 10 of which are engineering degrees.
The Graduate School also offers Master's degrees in Business Administration, Administration of Industrial Process, Administration of Safety and Occupational Health, Communications, Business Law, Fiscal Law, Labor Law, Private Law, Education, Electronics and Controls, Tourism Management, and Logistics. A number of programs are also offered online. The university offers a number of sports activities which have had notable competition, such as volleyball, baseball, soccer and tae kwon do.
The university also offers a number of post-graduate degrees. It is developing an aggressive major reboot process where the entire system will consist of an expansion and transformation underneath its own structure and the regional community working out a new image and academic focus, with new programs, classrooms and foreign teachers who were invited by the new directive council headed by Ángel Casán Marcos.
The university is a member of the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP) and offers bilateral student exchange programs with other universities around the globe such as Germany, Liechtenstein, France, United States, Australia, Spain, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, and Saudi Arabia. It will soon be opening an exchange program with Ireland, United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan, and New Zealand.
U-ERRE is located in Monterrey, the capital city of the northeastern state of Nuevo León, known as La Ciudad de la Montañas, for being surrounded by the Sierra Madre Oriental mountains.
U-ERRE has 8,000 students, which allows for more personal attention.