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The University of the Incarnate Word is a private liberal arts university with a 130-year tradition of educating diverse populations throughout the world within the context of faith. UIW is the largest Catholic University in the state and the fourth largest private university in Texas. At UIW, we are committed to shaping good minds of strong character that will expand our world, and our universe. More than 70 degrees are offered to the over 8400 students at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. Students enjoy small classes and a close network of family-like relationships between students and professors. Committed to offering students a global experience, UIW continues to develop internationally and boasts a presence in both China and Mexico, as well as in San Antonio, and Corpus Christi. UIW is a leader in international education, with nearly 100 “sister schools” in 35 countries. UIW is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word.
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