Is financing your degree program getting a bit too difficult? Consider the loans offered through the Franklin Lindsay Student Aid Fund. For U.S. citizens who are registered full-time, loans of $7,000 per year are available, and similar sums are available for subsequent years of study. They carry no interest expense until four months after you finish your degree or terminate your registration, at which time interest begins at a 4% simple and fixed rate, and a relatively long repayment schedule is established.
Applications must be accompanied by three letters of recommendation, and each loan must carry a co-signer. Serving McCombs as one of the two loan committee members at U.T. is Dr. Robert Mettlen, Lamar Centennial Professor Emeritus in Finance (email@example.com). Consult the program’s website at www.franklinlindsay.org for information and application materials. Questions may be directed to Professor Mettlen.
Thursday, April 1st, 3 – 4 p.m., BUR 134
Studying abroad can be affordable! This session is open to everyone interested in studying abroad and will cover the following topics:
– Get tips on how to plan ahead and find the best funding options
– Learn about the three primary areas of funding for study abroad
– Learn strategies to help you gauge the “real cost” of study abroad
– Discover how to be an active participant in finding the best funding
The new online application for the UT Semester in Los Angeles Program is now open!
If you are interested in applying for SPRING 2011 or SUMMER 2011, you should plan to log in with your UT EID and complete the application by the closing deadline of April 15, 2010 (5 p.m). Detailed information about the new application process and a link to the application are available online at the following address: http://www.utla.utexas.edu/applying/index.htm
The Semester in Los Angeles is ideal for students who are passionate about film, television, music, or digital arts, and are considering a career in the entertainment industry.
The program is open to students of any major who meet the following eligibility criteria:
Watch a short video about the program: http://www.utla.utexas.edu/overview/video/index.htm
Questions? Contact UTLA Center in Los Angeles by calling the following toll free number: (877) 875-2111.
The UTLA Center
3800 Barham Blvd, Suite 103
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Toll free: 877-UTLA111 (877-875-2111)
We’ve received a lot of questions recently regarding the internship course, BA 353H. So here’s what you need to know: All BHP students are required to complete the internship course (pass/fail only) in order to graduate. The internship requires the completion of 160 work hours and attendance at a mandatory internship orientation with Dr. Cox. In addition, students must turn in a detailed journal describing daily internship activities, an employer documentation form, an internship summary form, a current resume, and a term paper describing the student’s internship experience and its impact on the student’s career plans. All materials must be submitted in a three-ring term paper cover by September 15th (if completed internship in summer), November 15th (if completed in fall), or April 15th (if completed in spring). All internships must be approved BEFORE the student begins his/her internship at the following link: http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/udean/advising/internships/register.asp.
For more information about the BA 353H internship course, please visit http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/programs/bhp/advising/BA353HRequirements.asp and talk to your academic advisors. If you have any questions, please call our office at 512-475-6325.
It’s that time again! BBA International Programs in the Undergraduate Program Office is holding the Study Abroad Photo Contest which showcases the exciting travels, experiences, and adventures of students who studied abroad on BBA exchange programs last semester.
We encourage all registered BBA and MPA students to vote for their favorite photo by the April 16th deadline! It’s easy…just view the photos, choose your favorite one and vote!
Only ONE vote per business student is allowed. A special thanks to the Clay Pit, the Alamo Drafthouse – Lake Creek and Tiff’s Treats for sponsoring this contest.
Click here to view the Photo Contest Entries
Click here to vote!