After Your Degree
In addition to being a “best college value” and producing some of the world’s most employable graduates, The University of Texas at Austin provides extensive on-campus opportunities—and real-world connections—that add value to your degree.
We prioritize undergraduate research and other hands-on learning because it’s so valuable in helping students explore their options—and in opening doors, both to graduate programs and professional opportunities.
The benefits of your degree don’t end once you leave campus—you're joining a network of 500,000 Longhorns. Graduates of UT Austin know that relationships matter, and that a handshake is worth something. The Texas Exes form a network of alumni, from Neil deGrasse Tyson to Matthew McConaughey, whose helping hands span the globe.
So whether you’re in Taipei or Monterrey, you’re never too far from home.
Want more about the success of our alumni? Find out about well-being, post-graduation success, collegiate experiences, and more in the spring 2017 Gallup UT Austin Alumni Survey.