Apply to UT ECE
Apply for Undergraduate Admission
Thinking about what to do with your life? Think UT Austin might be right for you? If you've thought about making UT Austin part of your future, you'll find information here to help you decide and begin the process. All first time students at UT must apply through The University of Texas Office of Admissions webpage. Don't forget to list Electrical and Computer Engineering as your first choice major.
Apply for Graduate Admission
The application for Summer 2013, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 is now online. The deadline to complete your application is December 15, 2012.
Completed applications will be reviewed starting Dec. 15th. Applications must be entirely complete (including all letters of recommendation, statement of purpose, GRE scores, TOEFL scores for international students, resume, and transcripts) by Jan. 10th to be guaranteed evaluation for admissions and financial aid for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Apply for Faculty Positions
UT ECE faculty create a thriving community to challenge students and give them both the tools and the inspiration to become leaders in their field. Using advanced teaching techniques and technology, our faculty find creative and stimulating ways to help students create a foundation of understanding and reach the zenith of their potential.
UT ECE professors are recognized leaders in their fields. Engineering's most important organizations recognize them for their work, including seven National Academy of Engineering members, three ACM Fellows, 30 IEEE Fellows, and 23 National Science Foundation Young Investigator/CAREER Award winners.
Interested in joining the faculty at UT ECE?
Take a look at our current openings.
Apply for Teaching Assistant or Grader positions
If you wish to apply for a Teaching Assistant or Grader position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering for Spring 2013, you will need to fill out the TA/Grader application.
Please note that in order to be a TA or Grader you must be:
- Enrolled as a UT ECE graduate student for the semester that you will be a TA or Grader
- Registered for a full time load (9 hrs) for the semester that you will be a TA or Grader
- Have a social security number or apply for one after getting a TA or Grader offer