UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS
With its highly rated academic programs and central location in the United States, The University of Texas at Dallas is an ideal place to pursue your educational goals and explore the country. Since its founding in 1969, UT Dallas has grown to include nearly 140 degree programs, with cutting-edge curricula serving a variety of undergraduate and graduate student interests in the heart of North Texas. The University is committed to providing some of the state’s most-lauded science, engineering and business programs, but it also has gained national prominence in a breadth of educational paths, from criminology to biomedical engineering to arts and technology.
International students comprise nearly 25 percent of the University’s population pursuing undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees. Representing more than 100 countries, international students participate in more than 325 campus organizations ranging in cultural, academic, social and special interests. The campus community is inclusive, and there is room to share your interests with all nationalities of students.
UT Dallas is comprised of eight schools and more than 40 centers and institutes involved in research and collaboration that impact our daily lives. Our schools include:
Arts and Humanities
Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science
Economic, Political and Policy Sciences
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Naveen Jindal School of Management
With a 22:1 student-to-faculty ratio, UT Dallas students develop close bonds with fellow students and faculty throughout their college careers. UT Dallas has deep roots in research, and students pursuing undergraduate degrees in select programs continue this tradition by working side-by-side with graduate candidates and faculty in high-level research projects. In 2016, The University of Texas at Dallas was assigned the highest classification of research activity by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, and Times Higher Education lists UT Dallas as #1 in Texas, #3 in the United States and #16 in the world for colleges under 50 years of age.
The International Student Services Office (ISSO) offers students step-by-step information and assistance on topics from applying to the University and completing VISA applications to helping with financial paperwork and letting you know what to expect when you arrive on campus. ISSO also hosts an international student orientation and various other programs throughout the year that provide students with opportunities to acclimate to campus and improve English conversational and writing skills.
In the heart of Texas
Located in Richardson, Texas, UT Dallas is centrally located in the Dallas-Fort Worth region and is surrounded by thriving cultural, sports, shopping and entertainment hotspots. Dallas is ranked third in the nation for its cultural facilities and live performances.
Only a 30 minute drive from campus, DFW Airport is the eighth largest airport in the world with flights to national and international destinations. Dallas offers a temperate climate where snow is a rare treat and the average lows of 2° C in January and 36° C in July.