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Countries Represented at UT Tyler

International Students on Campus

Historically, students from 125 countries (plus two territories) have attended classes at The University of Texas at Tyler, with 51 countries and 1 territory currently represented on our campus!

As of 5 October 2016, UT Tyler has 307 international students (144 undergraduates, 162 graduates and PharmD student) enrolled in classes. This fall, we welcomed 91 new international students from 35 countries to the UT Tyler campus (55 undergraduates and 36 graduate). 

Our fall 2016 international students represent the following 51 countries and one territory:

Argentina Argentina

Bangladesh Bangladesh

Bolivia Bolivia

Brazil Brazil  

Cambodia Cambodia  

Cameroon Cameroon    

Canada Canada     

China China    

Hong Kong Hong Kong

Colombia Colombia     

Republic of Congo Republic of Congo

Democratic Republic of Congo Democratic Republic of Congo  

Costa Rica Costa Rica     

Côte D’Ivoire  Republic of Côte D’Ivoire

Ecuador Ecuador     

Egypt Egypt     

El Salvador El Salvador  

Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea

Gabon Gabon 

Gambia Gambia  

Germany Germany  

Ghana Ghana  

Haiti Haiti

Honduras Honduras

India India    

Japan Japan 

Jordan Jordan     

Kenya Kenya

Republic of Korea Republic of Korea             

Kyrgystan Kyrgystan

Libya Libya

Mexico Mexico     

Nepal Nepal    

Nigeria Nigeria    

Pakistan Pakistan

Republic of the Philippines Republic of the Philippines  

Russia Russian Federation

Rwanda Rwanda     

Saudi Arabia The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  

Serbia The Republic of Serbia  

Senegal Senegal     

South Africa South Africa     

Spain Spain     

Switzerland  Switzerland 

Turkey Turkey 

Turkmenistan Turkmenistan

Uganda Uganda     

United Kingdom United Kingdom     

Venezuela Venezuela     

Vietnam Vietnam     

Zambia Zambia

Zimbabwe Zimbabwe

 

 

 
Historical List of Countries Represented at UT Tyler: 125 Countries and 2 Territories
*Countries currently on campus noted.

Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, *Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, *Bangladesh, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, *Bolivia, *Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, *Cambodia, *Cameroon, *Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, *China (and its territory *Hong Kong and Macao), *Colombia, *Republic of Congo, *Democratic Republic of the Congo, *Costa Rica, *Republic of Côte D'Ivoire, Denmark, Dominican Republic, *Ecuador, *Egypt, *El Salvador, England, *Equatorial Guinea, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, French Guiana, *Gabon, *Gambia, *Germany, *Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Bailiwick of Guernsey, Guyana, *Haiti, *Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, *India, Indonesia, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, *Japan, *Jordan, Kazakhstan, *Kenya, *Republic of Korea, Kuwait, *Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, *Libya, Malawi, Malaysia, Republic of Mauritius, *Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Namibia, *Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, *Nigeria, Norway, Oman, *Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, *Republic of the Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Romania, *Russian Federation, *Rwanda, Samoa, *The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, *Senegal, *Republic of Serbia, Singapore, *South Africa, *Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, *Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, *Turkey, *Turkmenistan, *Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, *United Kingdom, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, *Venezuela, *Vietnam, Yugoslavia (no longer a country), *Zambia and *Zimbabwe.

View the historical list of countries and territories represented at UT Tyler with their flags.  

-Fall 2016 data reported by UT Tyler’s Office of Information Analysis as of 5 October 2016

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