UPDATE: President Trump Signs New Travel Executive Order
 On March 6, 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order effective March 16, 2017, impacting certain
individuals seeking entry to the U.S. who are from Iran, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen.
The Executive Order does not apply to individuals who are within the United States on the effective date of the Order
or to those individuals who hold a valid visa. However, international students and scholars from the six affected countries
or traveling to these countries are strongly encouraged to seek guidance from an OIE advisor prior to international travel. Information and Resources

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Graduate Research Assistantship

The Office of International Education is now hiring for the position of Graduate Research Assistant. Candidates selected for this position will receive a monthly salary, and if hired before the census date of the Spring  semester candidates will be eligible for in-state tuition. Candidates should email their resumes to christinar@uta.edu.

Please do not apply if you do not meet the minimum requirements.


The OIE GRA will be responsible for ongoing maintenance and improvements on OIE website using web-based technologies. This is a significant role of this position. So a candidate with proficiency in web-based technologies (Dreamweaver and other Adobe products) will be highly preferred. Also, the GRA will need to be able to be a power-user in Microsoft Office products such as Excel. There are several programs and reports that utilize Excel in the office and familiarity or willingness to maintain macros in Excel will be required.

Minimum Requirements

  1. Masters level student
  2. Proficiency in Dreamweaver, php and HTML
  3. Experience with MS Excel and willingness to solve problems and maintain solutions in these applications
  4. Good communication skills (speaking and writing). Candidate should be able to effectively communicate between technical and less technically sophisticated audiences
  5. Ability to assess the needs and goals of the Office of International Education and creatively develop systems to accomplish those goals. Creativity in solving problems of varied complexity and scope

Preferred Qualifications

  1. Professional or academic experience in graphic design (Adobe Photoshop)
  2. Proficiency and experience with web development with web-technologies like php, JQuery, Javascript, HTML and CSS
  3. Comfortable with Visual Basic for Applications
  4. Comfortable with Excel Macros
  5. Experience in pulling SQL reports and data analysis
  6. Should be comfortable/familiar with trouble-shooting of common computer related problems

Qualified, interested applicants should bring a resume to the Office of International Education or send their resume via email to christinar@uta.edu. Successful candidates will demonstrate skills by example during the interview.