MATLAB Student Ambassadors

MATLAB Student Ambassadors are students who act as a link between MathWorks and the student community at their university. Ambassadors coordinate events to inform students about the availability of MATLAB on campus and to showcase cool MATLAB functionality.

As an ambassador, you’ll work closely with MathWorks employees and network with fellow students at your university, other student ambassadors, and professors. You’ll also gain valuable professional experience for your future career by working with a leading scientific software company.

Sound interesting? Apply now to become an ambassador and join the team that’s accelerating the pace of discovery and learning in engineering and science.

Become a MATLAB Student Ambassador

Gain valuable professional experience while spreading MATLAB awareness on your campus.

  • My time spent as the MATLAB Student Ambassador at Penn State has been a rewarding experience, and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work for MathWorks. I highly recommend the position to any students interested in MATLAB.

     

    -Jake Mascaro
    Penn State University

  • My time with MathWorks as KTH MATLAB Student Ambassador opened a whole world of opportunities for me to gain knowledge and excel in my career. First with my Master’s thesis at an automotive company and now at MathWorks, working as academic specialist to bring positive change to university education in a more fundamental and scalable way.

     

    -Rohit Agrawal
    Education Technical Evangelist, MathWorks
    Former Student Ambassador, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm

  • As a Student Ambassador at TU Munich, I manage a tutor group which helps other students with their MATLAB and Simulink questions. We also conduct several presentations each semester on various topics like machine learning with MATLAB or MATLAB hardware support.

     

    -Maximilian Busch
    Technische Universität München

  • Being a MATLAB Student Ambassador enables me to learn and discover new exciting features in MATLAB and Simulink constantly, it also gives me the opportunity to work with an excellent team that appreciates me and my work.

     

    -Lars Kuger
    KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm


  • Cornell University
  • Florida State University
  • Georgia Tech
  • Michigan State University
  • Oklahoma State University
  • SUNY Buffalo
  • University of California, Davis
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
  • University of Colorado, Denver
  • University of Iowa
  • University of Texas at Arlington
  • University of Texas at Dallas
  • University of Utah
  • University of Kansas
  • West Virginia University

Don’t see your university listed? Contact us to express your interest in becoming a Student Ambassador and we’ll let you know if/when there's an opening at your university.