Texas ECE, a consistently top-10 ranked program with 2200 students and 65 faculty, is committed to working with industry and alumni. The Texas ECE Corporate Relations office provides a focused point of contact for companies to partner with UT in the following areas:
Recruiting. Go above-and-beyond the job fair to target Texas ECE students by hosting specialized events in the department throughout the year.
Our standard IP agreement for capstone projects is between the University and the company and is in accordance with state and federal laws and, as such, cannot be amended nor customized by the company.
The project partnership contributions are outlined in the chart below and includes all basic course expenses and a budget for student teams to purchase equipment. Extraordinary expenses or equipment should be noted in advance and provided by the company.
Eta Kappa Nu is a unique membership organization dedicated to encouraging and recognizing excellence in the electrical and computer engineering fields. Student members are selected on the basis of scholastic standing, character, and leadership. Through a variety of service programs and leadership training, student members develop lifelong skills that better prepare them for life post-graduation. Members participate in service programs and leadership training.
Work with a University of Texas, Austin, hands-on account manager to craft your campus strategy for recruiting top tech talent in Electrical and Computer Engineering. With access to more than 2200 undergraduate and graduate students in a top-10 ranked program, investing in mulitple touchpoints with targeted groups of students throughout the semester is recommended to boost your brand on campus.