Texas A&M International University is an international university, poised at the gateway to Mexico and serving as the intellectual center of a vibrant bilingual and bicultural community (English/Spanish). Founded in 1970 as an upper-level center of the Texas A&M University System, TAMIU has since evolved into a four-year institution with the authority to offer doctoral programs. The university’s total enrollment is approximately 7,000, with over five percent being international students from 30 countries. Many students are of Mexican-American origin and form a unique bilingual border culture. Small classes, a low student-to-faculty ratio, and opportunities for active community involvement provide a personal and interactive experience.
Campus facilities include the student center, fine and performing arts building, the planetarium, the Lamar Bruni Vergara Science Center and many other buildings.
Main CampusLaredo, Texas, United States Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus100,000 - 250,000 residents in LaredoLanguage(s) spoke on campus: English
TAMIU is an international university, poised at the gateway to Mexico and serving as the cultural and intellectual hub of a vibrant bilingual and bicultural community. A member of The Texas A&M University system, TAMIU provides nearly 7000 students with a learning environment anchored by the highest quality programs built on a solid academic foundation in the arts and sciences. To fulfill its mission, the university offers a range of baccalaureate and master's programs and the Doctor of Philosophy degree in international business. Programs focus on developing undergraduate and graduate offerings with a progressive international agenda for global study and understanding across all disciplines. The cities of San Antonio, Texas and Monterrey, Mexico are a 2.5-hour drive from campus. The campus is located five miles from Laredo International Airport, which services daily flights to and from Dallas and Houston.
Students can enjoy an active student environment on the campus and benefit from participation in student organizations, in particular, the Association of International Students. Through the Office of Student Affairs, students are invited to join the international student mentor program and attend events such as the international welcome dinner. ISEP students are welcome to join in sports and intramural activities, attend art exhibits and music performances and any other activities offered to TAMIU students.