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Meet Your Admissions Officer: Dallas/Fort Worth

From Dave Jackson, Senior Admissions Officer, Texas MBA Dallas/Fort Worth Program: It’s Good to be Back Hi everyone. I’m the new MBA admissions officer for the Texas MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth, but I’m no stranger to the program. I graduated

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Hands-on Learning at McCombs: MBA+ Consulting Projects

The MBA+ Leadership Program connects Texas MBA students from all programs with thriving companies looking to overcome challenges through short-term micro-consulting projects. This past fall, Texas MBAs worked on 40+ projects with over a dozen major companies including Clorox, FABERNOVEL, Strategy&, OriGen Biomedical,

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MBA Career Management Report: Texas MBAs are in Demand!

The Texas MBA currently ranks #17 in the country by US News & World Report. Similarly, the Financial Times gave McCombs its highest Global Ranking in over a decade for 2015, calling out the strength of Placement Success with a rank

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Texas MBA Full-Time Program – FINAL Application Deadline Approaching

The final Texas Full-Time MBA application deadline (for domestic applicants) is March 24th. We are excited to have seen an increase in both the quantity and quality of applications this cycle so far, and have received applications from over 40 countries. The Texas MBA Admissions

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SXSWi 2015: McCombs Entrepreneurship Night & Booth Info

SXSW 2015 is almost here! The Texas MBA will have a booth at the SXSWi Tradeshow, March 15-18. If you’re attending the conference and/or tradeshow, please stop by our booth to say hello and for the chance to win some Texas

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Entrepreneurship at McCombs: TVL Scholarship Competition Recap

Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs (TVL) at UT is a campus-wide initiative to accelerate start-ups in taking their innovations to market. In service of this mission they have created, in coordination with the McCombs School of Business, the TVL Scholarship, a

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The Waitlist: FAQs & How-Tos

From Senior Admissions Officer, Julia Campbell & the Texas MBA Admissions Team: The Texas MBA program admissions team is a very lucky bunch. We receive many applications from highly qualified applicants, which we are regrettably not able to fit inside

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Working Professional & Executive 2015 Women’s Forum Recap

The Texas MBA recently held its annual Women’s Forums for all Working Professional and Executive MBA Programs in Dallas, Houston, and Austin! Faculty, staff, alumni, and current students from the Texas MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas MBA at Houston, Texas Evening MBA,

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Full-Time MBA Admissions Update: Final App Deadline & Meet Your AO’s

The final Texas Full-Time MBA application deadline is March 24th. We are excited to have seen an increase in both the quantity and quality of applications so far, and have received applications from over 40 countries! The Texas MBA Admissions team is looking forward to welcoming

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Work Experience Quantity vs. Quality: Which Is Preferred By MBA Admissions?

Quality vs Quantity

Sometimes more is better. Like chocolate, vacation days and itemized tax deductions. But sometimes more is NOT better, like saturated fat, bills and dental work. The key is how you look at it. Admissions officers tend to look at things

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