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Texas Instruments - Student Programs

Industry Electronics
Functional area
  • Finance & Accounting
  • IT
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Operations
Region Europe
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Germany
Language requirements English (Fluent)
Preferred study background
  • Business Studies
  • Computer science / IT
  • Engineering
Recruitment process
  • Online application
  • Telephone interview
  • Face-to-face interview
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Required skills

Leadership 7
Team working 7
Problem solving 7
Communication 6
Creativity 6
Commercial Awareness 6
Pressure Resistance 7
Flexibility 7
Networking 7


TI's student programs give you the chance to do real work—starting your first day on the job. There’s no mindless, paper-pushing here. Go to school a term or two, work for us at least two terms. It will keep you from getting bored and provides the real-world experience you’ll need after you graduate.

At TI, we love what we do and have fun doing it. We deliver innovative solutions that drive leading-edge technologies. If you want to contribute ideas and help take a Fortune 500 company to the next level of success, this is the place to be.

Engineering Students Programs
You'll thrive at TI. When you join our student program, you become a contributing member of a winning team and will be able to do the things that you’re learning about in school.

Our engineers are focused on developing and creating technology that will shape the future—and you’ll have the opportunity to do the same. In the student program, you will:

  • Use your engineering skills and knowledge to help shape the devices that power end equipment people use every day.
  • Put your problem-solving skills to use to make processes flow better.
  • Work with engineers on challenging, real-life projects.
  • Learn from experienced professionals and be mentored by the industry’s best and brightest.

Finance, Accounting & Ops for Undergraduates
Let’s face it — you need to take on challenging and rewarding career roles to get ahead. At Texas Instruments, we’ve created a program for college graduates called ACCESS. It’s ‘the way in’ to TI’s dynamic Finance organization and it’s also an acronym that stands for the program’s key elements: Achievement, Career, Challenge, Empowerment, Selection and Success.

As a participant in ACCESS, you’ll rotate through three diverse and challenging positions during a three year period and will have the opportunity to be placed in a rewarding position that plays to your strengths once your rotations are complete.

And, in addition to your supervisors, you’ll have the support of an advisor, who is an experienced TI leader, to guide you through the process. ACCESS is tailored specifically to equip you with the networking opportunities and real-world skills you need to embark on a rewarding career.

Career Tracks
Your rotation assignments will be based on the track you choose — Specialist or Generalist.

In the Specialist track, your three assignments will be in one functional area: Accounting, Finance or Operations. For example:

  • Accounting – Business, Financial Reporting, Manufacturing
  • Finance – Business, Corporate, Manufacturing
  • Operations – Supply Chain, Manufacturing Capacity, Business Planning

In the Generalist track, you’ll have one assignment each in Accounting, Finance and Operations.

With ACCESS, you will accelerate your learning and overall integration into Texas Instruments, while you develop an understanding of the foundational elements of TI’s Finance organization. Here are a few examples of what you can expect from the undergraduate rotational experience:

  • Accounting
    • Analyze business cost trends
    • Update semiconductor pricing for internal transfers
    • Understand R&D expenses and trends and compare them to forecasts/estimates
    • Perform monthly journal entries and reconcile accounts
  • Finance
    • Develop projections for P&L and balance sheet items
    • Support various managers with proactive review of actual and projected spending
    • Develop analytical tools and reporting to support different financial and operational areas within the organization
  • Operations
    • Monitor product support at key manufacturing sites
    • Perform demand and supply analysis
    • Analyze supply strategy and factory optimization
    • Make improvements in reporting through the use of automation


  • Minimum 3.0 GPA overall.
  • Successfully pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Engineering,Science, Finance, Accounting or semiconductor operations (students in other disciplines brought in on a limited basis).
  • Favorable job performance evaluations.
  • Your values are consistent with TI's ethics and business philosophy.