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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)
Build Your Entrepreneurial Skill Set with Texas Venture Labs
The McCombs School of Business and the Texas MBA Program are currently More)
Entrepreneurship at McCombs: Austin Startup Week
The McCombs School of Business, ranked #6 for entrepreneurship by U.S. News & World Report, offers many uniq (More)
Texas MBA Career Treks
Each year, the Texas MBA Career Management team leads Treks to various cities to visit the main offices of different companies, giving More)
The MBA Admissions Interview: How to Totally Crush It
From the Texas Full-Time MBA Admissions Committee You submit your application. You wait and wait and then, TA DA! An in (More)
The NON-Numeric You: You Are Not Your GPA
From the Texas MBA Admissions Team This may come as a shock to some of you. Brace yourself. In the world of MBA Admissions, your numbers are not everything. By “numbers", we're referring to the ones applicants tend to obsess over when they submit (More)
Meet McCombs on Social Media
The easiest way to keep up with Texas MBA news, admissions updates, and student life is to follow the The Texas MBA Program on social media. Our students and st (More)
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)
McCombs Career Management: Texas MBAs are in Demand!
MBA Career Management at McCombs works with the most discerning employers seeking inno (More)
Connect with the Texas MBA Program at SXSW 2017!
SXSW 2017 is almost here! The Texas MBA program is gearing up for panels, pitches, and parties. Register to join us at one of the many events happening around Austin, and follow the conversation at More)
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