The Centro de Ensenanza Tecnica y Superior (CETYS) is a Mexican private university commonly referred to as CETYS Universidad.
This institution was founded on February 17, 1961 with Fernando Macías Rendón as first president in Mexicali, Baja California. It originally opened with only a high school program where the first student registered was Eugenio Lagarde Camerón and courses started on September 20. The next year the college programs of industrial engineering, accounting and business administration were introduced as well as courses at the CETYS-extension. The first graduate was Daniel Martín Campos in 1966. The Tijuana campus was founded in 1970 and the Ensenada campus in 1975.