About Us

Prepare for university by beginning your academic career in the International Pathway Program at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Based at the heart of campus life on Ward Island, the International Pathway Program works with TAMU-CC to provide international students with the high quality programs that lead to university and career success.

Our pathway programs, the International Year and Pre-Master's Program, are designed to prepare ambitious international students for university-level study. With our individualized support, we will help you adapt to life in the USA, and prepare for the challenges of achieving a recognized degree.

During your International Pathway Program, you will focus on your chosen field while developing your English language and academic skills, and developing your career skills. Our high level of dedicated support will help you prepare to enter a global economy, all while living in an idyllic island location along the Gulf of Mexico. 

International Pathway Program

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International students receive dedicated support as part of their International Pathway Program, preparing you with the academic and English language skills you need to succeed.

Student Life on Campus

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You will find a natural balance between your daily studies and social activity. With lots of ways to get involved it will be easy to meet new people and experience a new culture.

Student Accommodation

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Live in safe, on-campus housing. University accommodation will provide you with everything you need to live comfortably, and welcome you into the traditional college experience.

Your Career Development

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Focus on your career from day one. Our integrated career services means you will graduate with the knowledge needed to succeed in your career.

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