With over 200 institutions of higher education to choose from in Texas, and an environment as diverse as the culture, Texas, the Lone Star state, is a great place to live and learn!
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Schools working with agents - there's a wonderful opportunity to showcase your school in India! A virtual education fair is being offered to six schools (first come first serve), so register today by contacting Amy Freedman (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Sandra Campbell (email@example.com).
Vietnam Mission 2017 - we're excited to hear from the institutions that went to Vietnam this year on Feb 28-March 4. I cannot wait to share the photos with you all and share stories on the mission. Future posts to come...
Dates to add onto your calendar:
1. 2017 Annual NAFSA Conference & Expo: May 28-June 2 in Los Angeles, CA.
2. ICEF - North america April 23-25 in Vancouver, canada.
Dallas Baptist University, founded in 1898, is a highly respected university with competitive degree programs. DBU has a beautiful campus that sits on almost 300 acres conveniently located 15 miles from downtown Dallas and 29 miles from downtown Fort Worth.
DBU offers 73 undergraduate majors as well as 29 master’s programs, including more than 60 dual master’s degree programs, 2 doctoral degree programs, and 55 accelerated bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. DBU is recognized as a nationally ranked university and its College of Education was recently named one of the top teacher preparation programs in the nation, according to the NCTQ (National Council of Teachers Quality).
As of the Fall 2016 semester, there are 5,156 students enrolled at Dallas Baptist University, with some 594 international students from 55countries! DBU has an unparalleled commitment to the attention and success of our international students.
DID YOU KNOW?
OPen doors 2016 fast facts
Bet ya didn't know that 1 out of 3 international students studies in Texas, California, or New York, according to Opendoors.com.
Texas, as of 2016, has had a 8% increase of foreign students since the year before, making it a total of 82,184 students. How crazy is that?
Foreign students primarily came from India, China, Mexico, Vietnam, and Saudi Arabia. Not to mention, Study Texas has had three missions to Mexico and one to Vietnam, with more to come.