The Fall 2013 applications are now live for Texas MBA for Working Professionals and Executives programs. Further info and instructions can be found on the Admissions pages, which are listed below for each program:
On these pages, you will find detailed instructions for completing your application, what we are looking for in applicants, application deadlines and more. Additionally, our admissions team will be hosting a Tips and Tricks to the Application webinar next month to walk you through the Fall 2013 admission process.
Have questions about the newly-launched Fall 2013 Texas MBA Full-Time application? Well, tune in to our Tips and Tricks to the Application Webinar next week and you may just find the answers you’re looking for!
Get detailed info on each section of the Fall 2013 Application from the Admissions Team during our Tips and Tricks to the Application Webinar next week.
Join the Admissions Team on Monday, September 24 at 12pm (CST) for the hour-long session, in which an A-Team representative will provide an overview of the entire Fall 2013 application process. During the webinar, we will walk you through the process in detail and address some of the most pressing questions about applying to the Texas MBA program.
To register for this webinar, visit the online events page on our website and follow the instructions to sign up.
From São Paulo to Los Angeles, New York to Beijing, and many more cities in between, the Texas MBA Admissions team is out on the road to meet the class of 2015. We are joining the best MBA programs from around the globe on the top MBA tours and we want you to meet us there.
These events are an ideal opportunity to get a jump start on your MBA experience and application process. Our admissions officers will be on hand with alumni to answer your questions about everything, including our #1 ranked faculty, top-notch career management team, and flexible curriculum, as well as offer insight on how to best approach the application process.
Check out our events calendar to see where we will be and when. We look forward to meeting you!
The Texas MBA Program is excited to announce the return of Coffee Chats this summer.
As many current Texas MBAs venture off to new cities to complete their internships, several of them have set aside time to meet up with prospective students along the way. The students will be on hand at local coffee shops to answer any questions about the program as well as address concerns about the application process. These informal Coffee Chats present a unique opportunity for you to get a taste of what it’s like to be a Texas MBA, especially if you haven’t been able to visit Austin yet.
The students will be hosting Coffee Chats in 10 different cities over the break, including Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. A full list of cities can be found on our Coffee Chats page, where you will also find information about how to register.
We really hope that you are able to take advantage of this great opportunity and make it out to one of these events. Our students can’t wait to meet you!
While we don’t currently have any any online events remaining on our schedule (check back again at the end of the summer to see what we have planned for next year!), having this archive allows you to access tons of great information at any time with just the click of your mouse. On these pages you will find recordings from webinars such as Tips and Tricks to the Application, International Student Life, and Program Highlights, as well as transcripts with all the questions and answers from our Admissions Office Hours chats this year.
These webinar recordings and chat transcripts will help you to learn what the Texas MBA Program is all about and hopefully answer some of the questions that you may have.
As the application period for the Texas Evening MBA, Texas MBA at Houston, Texas MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth, and Texas Executive MBA programs comes to an end this week, we want to offer you one more piece of advice as you prepare to turn in your application. The final deadline to apply is May 25th – this Friday.
This week Trent Thurman, Director of Working Professional MBA programs, talks about the essays requirements for the Working Professional MBA application and discusses some of the key elements that the admissions team is looking for in these essays.
While your resume provides a snapshot of what you’ve done, the admissions team really looks to your essays to find out more about your story. The first essay focuses on your goals – why you want to go back to school and what you hope to get out of the program. A common mistake by applicants is that they spend too much time talking about where they’ve been and do not talk enough about where are looking to go and what their future goals are. The second essay, which is new this year, allows you to tell us something that you can’t find in another part of your application. This is an opportunity to be creative and talk about community service, a hobby, or something else that helps to tell a little more of your story.
More information on the essays and other application instructions can be found in the Admissions section for each program on the Texas MBA website.
Feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions.