Texas McCombs recognizes the value military veterans bring to our campus. Our community is one of support, collaboration, and dedication to prepare you for career success, which is why our MBA is consistently a top-ranked program for veterans.
Transitioning from a military career to civilian life can be challenging. An MBA degree is and unbeatable resource for veterans. While in the program, you’ll enhance business skills, connect with a global network of Longhorns, and transition into a civilian role in the business community.
Discover McCombs: Military Weekend
MBA Military Weekend offers future military MBAs the opportunity to meet veterans currently enrolled in our program, MBA staff & faculty, and network with MBA military alumni. Through this event, you’ll learn how to successfully transition from your military career to a top MBA, as well as discover all of the resources available to you at The University of Texas at Austin to support your career transition and personal development.
Texas Veterans in Business
As the primary MBA student organization for military veterans in the program, Texas Veterans in Business (TViB) is a great way to get connected and involved in our community. The organization focuses on drawing parallels between the principles learned in the military and the skills required to be successful in business.
Future of Military in Austin
Austin, Texas is the No. 1 Best Place to Live for Veterans according to the key dimensions of employment, economy, quality of life and health.
The Air Force opened its latest technology innovation hub in Austin this summer, about one week after AFWERX Vegas reached full operational capability with the unveiling of its new 10,000 square foot prototyping lab. The lab, which will allow for onsite fabrication, will work in conjunction with another 20,000 square foot collaboration space, similar to the Austin facility.
Austin’s new U.S. Army Futures Command, an ambitious new initiative that has been described as the biggest reorganization of the Army since 1973, will be in development for the next three years. This is the Army’s first major headquarters in an urban center and the new command is intended to accelerate and improve Army procurement.