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Your Full-Time MBA Admissions Team Members

Texas MBA Admissions is traveling around the world this summer and fall to attend events near you. This is your opportunity to meet our Admissions Officers and ask your questions about our student culture, academics, and the application process. Get to know who you can expect to meet on your journey to McCombs below, and we hope to see you soon!

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The 2017-2018 Texas Full-Time MBA Application Details

If you’re ready to take your career to the next level and gain access to one of the largest alumni networks in the world, now is the time to start preparing to apply to the Texas Full-Time MBA Program!

The application will officially open later this summer, but we are happy to announce the new application deadlines and essay topics so you can stay ahead of the application process. Please review the 2017-2018 application deadlines below.

Fall 2018 Application Deadlines

Round Application Deadline Decision Notification
1 October 10, 2017
Priority deadline for scholarships & fellowships
December 19, 2017
2 January 9, 2018 March 29, 2018
Final Round April 3, 2018 May 10, 2018

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Apply Now to the Texas Evening MBA Program!

The Texas Evening MBA Program is a prestigious top-ranked MBA degree that you earn evenings in Austin over 2.5 years while continuing to work full-time. You’ll apply concepts to your career as you are learning at McCombs —  A globally-recognized brand with one of the biggest networks of award-winning faculty and accomplished students. Why wait to elevate your skills and open new avenues in your career?  The application for January 2018 is open:

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Take Your Career to the Next Level in 2018.

Complete your application by the May 16th Round 2 deadline and receive your admissions decision by June 23, 2017!

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Texas Evening MBA 2015 Southeast Asia Global Connections Trip

Learn More at an Event This Summer.

Join us to to take an in-depth look into what sets our program apart, meet admissions staff, current students and alumni, and ask any questions you may have.

We encourage you to check out our admissions process for all of the steps to take before, during and after you apply. Please reach out to us at TEMBA@mccombs.utexas.edu with any questions you about your application and we look forward to seeing you soon. Hook ‘Em!

Rowling Hall is Coming!

In spring 2013, UT Austin announced a $25 million pledge from Dallas businessman Robert Rowling, BBA ’76, his wife Terry Hennersdorf Rowling, BBA ’76, and their family to fund the construction of a 458,000 square foot graduate business building — Robert B. Rowling Hall!

Rowling Hall will house the McCombs School of Business graduate programs, including the Texas MBA program.  So future Texas MBAs, here’s how our new home is coming along so far:

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The Beginning of Something Big

The future home of the Texas MBA – Rowling Hall!

Construction plans on the future site of the Texas MBA, Rowling Hall, began fall 2014. The new building, next to the AT&T Executive conference center on the west side of the UT-Austin campus, is projected to open in 2018. Rowling Hall will be the “launch pad” for projects between the school’s students & alumni, and the wider Austin community. Stand-out features include the active learning classrooms!

Groundbreaking of Rowling Hall

Construction on Rowling officially began on November 7th, 2015.

Rowling Hall groundbreaking

Breaking new ground: (left to right) Associate Dean, Eric Hirst, Dean, Tom Gilligan, Robert Rowling, President Powers, and  GBC President at that time, Maureen McCaffery

Texas MBAs are known for their work ethic. They have established a reputation as leaders, team players…They roll up their sleeves and seek solutions. They take risks and try new things. They make things happen.

– Eric Hirst, Senior Associate Dean of the McCombs School of Business

“Meet me at the Moontower.”

Artist’s rendering of Moontower Cafe

Last year, McCombs held a contest to name the cafe at Rowling Hall.  Students from all six MBA programs responded with 127 submissions.  A naming committee narrowed the list until student Mackswell Dickson, MBA ’16, emerged as winner, gaining a one-year tuition scholarship. Donor Robert B. Rowling was among the attendees at the final winner’s announcement. The winning name, the “Moontower Cafe,” was announced in an email to all students.

Artist’s rendering of Rowling Hall Terrace

Hook ‘Em!

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