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UT Austin is one of the largest schools in the nation, divided into 18 schools and colleges. UT Austin's size is probably one of its biggest strengths, as it is able to offer lots of educational varieties. There are over 350 programs in 17 colleges which are all nationally ranked, not to mention its abundance of intellectual resources. Graduates of UT Austin are fit to work in an inclusive, international environment that prepares them for life in the real world. UT was always strong in graduate programs, espeically in engineering, physics and science due to strength of faculty, research grants and number of chair positions at the university. Given this is the top public state college in oil rich state, the university tends to get good support and grants from the state, plus it has a large endowment. UT's undergraduate programs have increased in global reputation and with Austin becoming Silicon hills with number of technology companies, UT's placement and corporate reputation has grown too. The MBA program at UT is recognized as one of the top 25 programs in the nation and many corporate receruiters participating in campus receruitments.