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Texas is known for its diverse culture, rich history and vast landscapes. The state also boasts outstanding higher education institutions Each college offers its own unique benefits and strengths.

The University of Texas at Austin
When you think of higher education in Texas, the University of Texas at Austin will come to mind. It was founded in 1883, and has consistently been ranked as one of the best universities in the United States. UT Austin offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in a wide range of disciplines, including liberal arts, engineering, and business. Many aspiring students choose this university for its renowned faculty and cutting-edge research facilities.

Rice University
Rice University is a private, research-based university located in Houston. It is known for its small classes and intense academic programs. Rice University places an emphasis on undergraduate research and interdisciplinary studies.

Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University, also called A&M, is the largest university in Texas. A&M has a tradition of academic excellence and is located in College Station. A&M also gives a lot of importance to agricultural and engineering programs.

Southern Methodist University
Southern Methodist University is located in Dallas and is a private, prestigious institution. It is known for its law, business and arts programs. SMU’s Cox School of Business, and Meadows School of the Arts, are both highly regarded. Dallas offers many internships and job opportunities.

Baylor University
Baylor University's campus is beautiful and the university's commitment to Christian values makes it conducive to learning.