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The Texas MBA is Now Accepting Applications!
Are you ready to start your MBA Journey? Our Full-Time & Executive MBA programs in Austin, and our MBA programs in Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth just opened their 2017-2018 applications. These programs enroll annually in multiple rounds, and clas (More)
To Quit or Not to Quit? Deciding Between a Full-Time or Professional MBA Program
You may be one of those people who are trying to decide between quitting your job or not to go back to school and get your MBA. Rest assured you’re no (More)
When to Hit "Submit" on Your MBA Application
The Texas Full-Time MBA Program application is now open! The Admissions Team is accepting applications in three rounds, and we re (More)
Rowling Hall is Coming!
In spring 2013, UT Austin announced a $25 million pledge from Dallas businessman Robert Rowling, BBA ’76, his wife Terry Hennersdorf Rowling, BBA ’76, and their family to fund the construction of a 458,000 square foot graduate business building -- Ro (More)
Pre-MBA Work Experience: Quantity vs. Quality
When evaluating your application, our MBA Admissions Committee aims for a complete picture of your qualifications and fit with the program. It’s all about perspective. We look  at your application as if we are holding a scale, balancing all the parts (More)
Scholarships & Financial Aid at McCombs
We recognize that pursuing an MBA is a big investment in your future. The Texas Full-Time MBA Program is proud to have been named More)
Before You Apply: Get a Great Recommendation Letter
Let’s start at the beginning. The instructions given on the Texas MBA application are as follows: We require one professional letter of recommendation from a person who has supervised your work and/or has assessed your performance during your care (More)
Choosing the Right Test for Your MBA Application
From the Texas  MBA Admissions Team: So, you’ve decided that you want to apply for an MBA. Congratulations on making a fantastic decision!  But, now what? One of the first application components that prospective students typically focus on is t (More)
Which Test is Best? GRE vs. GMAT
Life is all about choices. Lease or buy?  Eat out, or at home? GRE or the GMAT? But when personal preference doesn't immediately establish you firmly in one camp or another, it’s time to stop and think. When it comes to choosing between taking the GR (More)
The Myth of the Non-Traditional MBA Candidate
The following was written by Samantha Frapart, Texas MBA '17. I thought I couldn’t get into business school. With my double-major in English and Ecology, five years in non-profits, and my natural aversion to words like “Nasdaq” and “synergy,” how (More)
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