Are you interested in studying graduate programs in San Antonio? Located on the San Antonio River, in the central and south part of the state, San Antonio is the third-largest city in Texas. San Antonio was named in honor of the saint St. Anthony. It it also the most widely visited city amongst all the cities in Texas.
Texas is the home to numerous post-secondary institutions- 128 four-year ones and 124 two-year ones to be exact. There are 5 major colleges and a total of 12 institutions of higher education in the city. Popular attractions include The Alamo Mission, The San Antonio Zoo, The River Walk, and variouis parks and theatres. It's the home to chili, as well as Fritos, Cheetos, and David Pace's Pace picante sauce.
As of a 2013 estimate, San Antonio had a population of 1,409,019. This is a 6.1% change from April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013. 24.6% of the population has a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the median household income is $45,722. The median age of residents is 32.7.
San Antonio has been called "every Texan's favorite city", and for a good reason. If studying in Texas sounds like something you'd like, check out the graduate degree programs below.