Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University

Founded in 1876, Texas A&M is the flagship university of the Texas A&M University System. 

It is ranked among the US’s Top 20 research universities and, with over 55,000 students, it is the sixth-largest university in the US.

The University is located on a 5,200 acre campus in the town of College Station, approximately 1.5 hours from Houston, 2 hours from Austin and 3 hours from Dallas.

Swansea - Texas A&M collaborations

  • Reciprocal student exchange agreements in Engineering and Politics with 106 students exchange to date
  • Research collaborations in Engineering, Medicine, English, Business, Physics and Politics, with 28 joint publications since 2012
  • 5 guest lectures delivered at Texas A&M and Erasmus+ funded teaching visits in Engineering and Maths
  • Joint conferences and events

At a glance

  • Established in 1876
  • One of the USA’s Top 20 research universities 
  • Carnegie Foundation Tier One Status
  • Over 55,000 students and 1000 student-led organisations
  • 5,200 acre campus in College Station, 1.5 hours north of Houston
  • Students are known as 'Aggies'
  • 'Howdy' is the official greeting of the University (the correct response is also 'Howdy')

Visit the Texas A&M University website

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Student community

Texas A&M has a strong community spirit and a vibrant student life with more than 1000 student-led organisations and extensive sporting facilities. It Kyle Field Football Stadium seats over 100,000 and is the 4th largest football stadium in the US.

The University has a strong sense of tradition linked to its military background and passion for football, and traditions such as Midnight Yell, 12th Man and the Aggie Bonfire make for an unfortgettable study abroad experience.

Click here to read about the experiences of students who have studied abroad at Texas A&M

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Photo credit

 Images courtesy of Texas A&M University