International Students

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    Campus Life

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    George W. Bush Presidential Center
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  • Career Development

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    Dallas, Texas
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  • Volunteer Opportunities

  • 100 Years at SMU

  • Dallas Hall
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    — dallas —

    — dallas —

    Dallas, an internationally recognized, global city, is home to many Fortune 100, Fortune Global 500, and Forbes Top Private Companies. Corporate giants like Exxon Mobil, AT&T, AMR, Texas Instruments, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Bell Helicopter, Frito Lay, Hunt Oil Company, and Fluor have strengthened the metroplex's reputation worldwide as a leading center of commerce and culture.

    — smu —

    A nationally ranked private university with seven degree-granting schools, SMU is a distinguished center for teaching and research located near the heart of Dallas. SMU’s 11,000 students benefit from small classes, leadership opportunities, international study and innovative programs.

    — lyle —

    At the Lyle School, we are changing the way people think about engineers. Through innovation and hands-on experiences, we are attracting a diverse mix of talented students interested in making a difference in the world through engineering. With our bold vision and assertive attitude, we continue to grow both our undergraduate and graduate student population from a broad range of extraordinarily talented students across the nation and around the globe. In addition, we are fortunate to have one of the highest percentages of female engineering students anywhere.
    Whether developing new medicines, designing artificial limbs that "feel," locating energy resources, studying water quality at refugee camps, monitoring the earth's movement, exploring the origin of the universe, or combating Parkinson's disease, the University offers opportunities for scholarly research, symposia, lectures, and conferences, open to the community and the world as resources of learning.