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at a University in Texas

The unique TIEC Study Guide to Texas Universities contains everything you need to know about the many opportunities for learning available at the state’s universities. And it is available free of charge from TIEC.

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You’ll get answers to such questions as:

• How do I choose a university based on:
o My major field of study?
o Admission requirements?
o Cost?
o Size of school?
o Location?
o Weather?
o Campus facilities?
o Campus safety?

• What are the ten most important things for me to know about university admission?
• Should I apply to more than one university?
• Can I apply online?
• How can I obtain a TOEFL waiver?
• How can I obtain Conditional Admission?
• How much English will I need?
• Can I apply for a scholarship?

Plus, the guide includes maps, charts, and Internet links, providing you with the detailed campus-by-campus information you’ll need to compare various options and make your final decision.

TIEP Special Programs are offered year-round and can be arranged at the group’s convenience in sessions of different lengths. Classes are taught by experienced, professionally-trained faculty with graduate degrees. Class size is limited to 15 students to maximize participation and progress.

Student facilities include a multimedia computer lab and Internet access, an English Skills Center, and a tape library. TIEP administers the Institutional TOEFL, the TOEIC, and an English Proficiency Evaluation. Also available are optional short courses on special topics, extra-curricular social and cultural activities, and assistance with housing arrangements.

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More information on institutions of higher education in the State of Texas including statistics, governance, and degree programs is available from The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.