Recruiting BYU Engineering and Technology Students
In the Ira A. Fulton College, we prepare our students to become leaders in their professions and communities throughout the world. Because of our unique focus on global leadership, our graduates have learned how to work in teams, how to collaborate across disciplines and cultures, and how to lead. As part of our capstone courses, many students have completed real-world projects sponsored by industry, giving them firsthand experience participating in teamwork and solving problems with realistic budget and time constraints. Additionally:
- More than 70 percent of BYU students speak a second language
- BYU is ranked 8th in the United States for the number of students who go on to earn a Ph.D. in engineering
- Most undergraduates have had faculty mentored learning experiences
- Approximately 25 percent of engineering and technology students obtain technical international experience before they graduate
Twice per year, BYU hosts the STEM Career Fair, one of the largest technical career fairs in the Intermountain West, giving companies access to more than 2,000 well-prepared students representing 24 STEM-related majors. Recruiters are encouraged to register early.