The University of Texas at Arlington, located in the city of Arlington, Texas, the United States, is a growing Carnegie Research-1 “highest research activity” powerhouse committed to life-enhancing discovery, innovative instruction, and caring community engagement. The university was established in 1895, initially as a junior private liberal art institution, developed to become a senior college in 1959 and became an integral part of the University of Texas system in 1965. The total student enrollment at the University of Texas at Arlington is about 40,000, the third largest education body in the University of Texas system.
Now the university offers more than 70 undergraduate degrees,70 and more Master’s degrees and more than 30 Ph.D. degrees. The institution also manages to run Fort Worth Education Center and Research Institute of Robotics and Automation, and, at the same time, sets up sub-campuses at Santa Fe Station (Fort Worth city proper) and Bend Park (Eastern Fort Worth). Most of the students at the university come from the families situated in the north region of the State of Texas, bringing great influence to the economic development of the region.
Master’s Degree Program for Sanda students and Faculty Exchange Program make up the main content of the international cooperation between Sanda and the University of Texas at Arlington.