DesignIntelligence recently placed the UT Austin School of Architecture in the top ten for both our undergraduate (#4) and graduate (#10) Architecture programs. Additionally, the graduate Landscape Architecture program was ranked #14. In the Dean's Survey, the undergraduate Architecture program was ranked #4, and the undergraduate Interior Design program was tied for #5.
JOB BOARD: UTSOA CAREER SOURCE
- Interested in posting a full-time, part-time, or internship position? Register for the School of Architecture's internal job board, Career Source, or send the job description to Career Services.
- POLICY: The School of Architecture is unable to post positions for individuals who are not part of, and hiring for, an established business or organization. We are also unable to advertise jobs where the student would be working out of a home office. Please consider posting these positions to UT's student newspaper, The Daily Texan. Contact AIA Austin, ASID Texas, or ASLA Texas to connect with local professionals.
NOTICE: UTSOA Career Services provides a free-of-charge job posting service and makes no recommendations regarding potential employers or student employees. All negotiations are handled directly between the student and employer. Employers and students are urged to perform due diligence when offering, applying for, or accepting private off-campus employment. Additionally, while the Career Services office typically only posts paid opportunities, exceptions can be made if the internship meets the U.S. Department of Labor's Fair Labor Standards Act guidelines for unpaid internships.
We offer a number of opportunities for employers to connect with students and alumni throughout the year. Contact Career Services if you would like to schedule a recruiting event. Follow us on Instagram for visuals of our events, networking trips, and more!
- Networking Events
- Portfolio Reviews
- Career Fair
- Professional Panels
- Mock Interviews
- Firm & Site Visits
- Employer Presentations
- On-Campus Recruiting
Career Services adheres to the NACE Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services and Employment Professionals and expects employers to do the same.