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Texas MBA Global Connections: Explore. Discover. Lead.
Texas MBAs went global this spring with study tours across six countries -- Cuba, India, China, South Africa, Malaysia, and Thailand! These tours are part of the More)
International Student Spotlight: The Road to McCombs
Did you know that 28 percent of the Texas Full-Time MBA Class of 2017 are from countries outside of the U.S.? Texas MBAs come from all over the world, and this week we're highl (More)
2015 Texas MBA Women's & Diversity Forum Events
This past weekend, the Full-Time Texas MBA program hosted their annual Women's Forum at the McCombs School of Business here at UT-Austin. This is always an exciting McCombs eve (More)
What Diversity Means at McCombs
Texas MBA students celebrate at the 2014 Diversity Forum. Apply for the 2 (More)
There\'s No Place Like McCombs: Visit Us in Austin and Around the World
Summer is here!  And with summer comes heat, sun, and travel.  We, too, will be hitting the road for a number of events around the world, and we wanted to take just a quick moment to let you know how you can find us More)
What Diversity Means at McCombs
By Brodie Reynolds, Associate Director of Admissions, Full-time MBA, University of Texas at Austin We have a tendency here at the McCombs School of Busin (More)
A Global Community: Meet Our MBAs From Around The World
The Texas MBA community is made up of future business leaders from all around the globe, and the unique background and perspective that each student brings to the program adds greatly to the MBA experience at McCombs. Below, meet some of our curre (More)
Join Us At International Night!
The International MBA Student Association (IMBASA) and the MBA+ Leadership Program, with generous support and spon (More)
Diversity Forum Applications Due Next Week
In just under a month, McCombs will be hosting the 11th Annual Texas MBA Diversity Forum – and the deadline for hopeful att (More)
McCombs Ranked 4th For Hispanic MBA Students
Hispanic Business magazine ranked the McCombs School of Business the no. 4 best business school for Hispanic MBA stud (More)
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