To be considered for graduate admission to The University of Texas at Austin, you must meet both the minimum requirements set by the Graduate School and the requirements of the individual graduate program to which you are applying. Often, the program's requirements are more rigorous than those set by the Graduate School.
Each program sets its own deadlines and requires the submission of additional materials. These materials vary by program, but may include letters of reference, auditions, work samples and personal statements.
Information about required materials is available from the admission coordinator of each program.
Visit the website of the graduate program that interests you to learn more about it, from requirements and deadlines to coursework and career outcomes.
Review requirements you’ll need to meet in order to be eligible for admission consideration.
Find out the average GPA, GRE/GMAT scores and selectivity/yield for various graduate programs.
See what your program of interest will cost and compare it to the cost of other programs.
In addition to reviewing information, prospective graduate students should complete a My GradSchool profile so we can provide you with information tailored to your interests. Receive information from the graduate coordinator in your proposed graduate program; schedule a visit—it's all tied to your profile. All you need to get started is a UT EID.