University of Texas at Austin

College of Education

Recreating the Landscape

The University of Texas at Austin’s College of Education is transforming lives for the benefit of society. This research based program to train educators and health practitioners was founded in 1891 as the School of Pedagogy. The College of Education has a rich history as a leader in education. UT Austin prides itself on the rich partnerships with leading research centers and community practitioners to best prepare students for successful careers in education.

Congratulations to the first recipients of the

Charles Butt Scholarship for Aspiring Teachers from UT Austin!


Students recommended annually for Texas Education Certification


Undergraduates with an Education Focus


Doctoral and Master’s Degree Students

Fast Facts

Top 10

  1.   Partnerships with research centers and community practitioners
  2.   Study abroad programs
  3.   Flagship institution of The University of Texas System
  4.   Leader in urban education
  5.   Bilingual education credential
  6.   One of the world’s leading research institution
  7.   On campus housing
  8.   Online graduate opportunities
  9.   Student scholarships
  10.   40.4% acceptance rate / 81% graduation rate

National Rankings


Public Colleges of Education

U.S. News & World Report


U.S. Public Colleges

Business First, 2019


Top Public Schools, National Universities

U.S. News & World Report, 2019


Best Global Universities

U.S. News & World Report, 2018


World University Rankings

Center for World University Rankings, 2018-2019


Best-Value Public Colleges

Kiplinger, 2018

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