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Universities & Colleges in Texas

University City
The University of Texas at Austin Austin
Texas A & M University-College Station College Station
Rice University Houston
Baylor College of Medicine Houston
The University of Texas at Dallas Richardson
The University of Texas at Arlington Arlington
Texas Tech University Lubbock
Southern Methodist University Dallas
University of Houston Houston
Baylor University Waco
University of North Texas Denton
The University of Texas at San Antonio San Antonio
The University of Texas at El Paso El Paso
Trinity University San Antonio
Texas Christian University Fort Worth
University of Dallas Irving
Austin College Sherman
LeTourneau University Longview
Southwestern University Georgetown
Saint Edward's University Austin
Dallas Baptist University Dallas
University of St Thomas Houston
The University of Texas at Tyler Tyler
Houston Baptist University Houston
Abilene Christian University Abilene
University of Houston-Clear Lake Houston
Texas State University San Marcos
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Belton
Hardin-Simmons University Abilene
St Mary's University San Antonio
Texas Lutheran University Seguin
East Texas Baptist University Marshall
Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin Odessa
The King's University Southlake
Schreiner University Kerrville
Midwestern State University Wichita Falls
Concordia University-Texas Austin
Stephen F Austin State University Nacogdoches
Texas A & M University-Texarkana Texarkana
Angelo State University San Angelo
Sam Houston State University Huntsville
Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi Corpus Christi
Texas A & M University-Commerce Commerce
Lamar University Beaumont
West Texas A & M University Canyon
Texas A & M University-Kingsville Kingsville
Lubbock Christian University Lubbock
University of the Incarnate Word San Antonio
Tarleton State University Stephenville
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Edinburg
Howard Payne University Brownwood
Texas Woman's University Denton
University of Houston-Downtown Houston
Texas A & M International University Laredo
McMurry University Abilene
Our Lady of the Lake University San Antonio
Southwestern Assemblies of God University Waxahachie
Wayland Baptist University Plainview
Sul Ross State University Alpine
Prairie View A & M University Prairie View
Southwestern Adventist University Keene
Texas Southern University Houston
Huston-Tillotson University Austin
Dallas Christian College Dallas
Paul Quinn College Dallas
Midland College Midland
South Texas College of Law Houston
Southwestern Christian College Terrell
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio San Antonio
Texas College Tyler
Parker University Dallas
Houston Graduate School of Theology Houston
Austin Graduate School of Theology Austin
College of Biblical Studies-Houston Houston
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston
Messenger College Euless
Texas Health and Science University Austin
Baptist University of the Americas San Antonio
National American University-Austin Austin
American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Med Houston
Dallas Theological Seminary Dallas
Hallmark University San Antonio
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Houston
Wiley College Marshall
Brite Divinity School Fort Worth
Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary Jacksonville
Brazosport College Lake Jackson
Jarvis Christian College Hawkins
The University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Lubbock
Argosy University-Dallas Farmers Branch
American InterContinental University-Houston Houston
South Texas College McAllen
The Art Institute of Houston Houston
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Austin
South University-The Art Institute of Dallas Dallas
Northwood University-Texas Cedar Hill
Oblate School of Theology San Antonio
Texas Chiropractic College Foundation Inc Pasadena
University of North Texas Health Science Center Fort Worth
AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine Austin
Amberton University Garland
Arlington Baptist College Arlington
Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest Austin
University of Houston-Victoria Victoria
The University of Texas at Brownsville Brownsville

Study in Texas

Texas is located towards the south of the country and is America's 2nd most populous state. English and Spanish are the languages mostly spoken and the capital of the state is Austin. The estimated population of Texas in the year 2011 was around 25,674,681. The weather here ranges from partly sunny to sunny. The summers are not really warm, and the fall and the spring seasons are delightful. The south of the state has lovely beaches with a year around semi tropical type climate while there are mountains on the state's western border plus the north side receives snow fall.

With more than 200 higher education institutions to take your pick from plus a diverse culture and environment, Texas is a beautiful place not just to earn but to live as well. The state boasts some of the biggest count of Fortune 500 companies across the U.S. and is also one of the top states to export products. Texas has broadened its industry's infrastructure over the last few years and the state's now one of the leaders in industry sectors like energy, computers, petrochemicals, biomedical, electronics, agriculture and aerospace. The opportunities in Texas are immense; there is so much you can find here, all under one roof, which makes Texas a perfect destination for international and national students to pursue their studies.

You'll find more than 500 universities and colleges, all within Texas's border, where pupils can choose from a range of programs and schools. A lot of educational institutions are located around the Arlington/Fort Worth/ Dallas areas as well as San Antonio, Houston, Austin and El Paso areas, however many more are spread across the rural areas too. Some notable institutions here are Texas Tech, Rice University, the University of Texas, etc.

Tuition Fee and Costs
Tuition and other costs at most of the Texas universities (especially the public universities here) are quite comparative to various other educational institutions across the U.S. There are a lot of graduate programs that are provided by the universities in Texas, including business administration, architecture, engineering, education, technology and law. The institutions in the state are some of the best, known for their work related to research and technology.

The living expenses at the Texas State University for e.g. was around $14,606 for the year 2011-2012 and the total tuition fee (including the living expenses at the campus) for the non-residents of the state, for the same year was nearly $26,390 while for the residents it was $20,756.

International Students
Texas is a lovely 'melting pot' of the nation as pupils from various countries, cultures and nationalities have helped in the forming of the state and more and more international students keep coming in every year to pursue their graduate and higher studies in Texas. A lot of Hispanic students are enrolled in a lot of Texas universities. The state offers the international pupils an opportunity to grow as well as improve their English. The colleges and universities here encourage students to participate in various campus activities and multicultural club activities. More than 50,000 students were enrolled at the Texas A&M in the year 2011.

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