The tie-up includes joint efforts in areas of emerging technologies such as grid computing and data mining.
The company would market MTA MTA Sztaki's products, develop technological platforms and new service offerings, it informed the National Stock Exchange.
"The tie-up allows us to leverage our synergies with a focus to help the academy, while Satyam will benefit from the access to world class research and service capabilities to serve our expanding client base with customised offerings in these areas," Satyam's co-founder and managing director Ramalinga Raju said.
"We are happy at this opportunity. Satyam is a global leader in IT consulting and professional services and this partnership helps the academy to take its products and offerings to a wider customer base, globally," Sztaki director Peter Inzelt said.
This partnership would help strengthen Sztaki's technical competencies with Satyam's go-to-market and delivery capabilities and offers synergistic benefits for both the organisations, it added.