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 the Texas MBA is consistently a top-ranked program for military MBAs.
Transitioning from military life to civilian life can be challenging. An MBA degree can be a great resource for veterans to enhance their business skills and transition into a civilian role in the business community.
We Invite You to Learn More at the Texas MBA Military Forum!
The Texas MBA Military Forum offers future military MBAs the opportunity to meet many of the former military members currently enrolled in the Texas MBA Program, meet our top-rated faculty, and network with Texas MBA military alumni. Through this event, you’ll learn how to successfully transition from your military career to a top MBA program, as well as discover all of the resources available to you at The University of Texas at Austin.
The McCombs School of Business and The University of Texas at Austin offer many resources to aid in the transition into civilian life and returning to school full-time to earn your MBA. See below for some of resources available to vets enrolled at McCombs.
From the Texas Full-Time MBA Admissions Team:
So, you’ve submitted your application and after waiting anxiously for further news, you’ve received that coveted interview invitation. First of all, take time to pat yourself on the back to have made it to this stage of the process! Receiving an interview invitation means that the Texas MBA Admissions Committee is excited to learn more about you.
However, after a few excited minutes of celebration, some questions might start popping in your head. Should I book a trip to Austin? What interview format options are there? What sort of questions will I be asked and who conducts the interview? How do I prepare for the interview?
Like anything else, your MBA interview invitation is an opportunity. While some applicants may look forward to it, others may not exactly enjoy the anxiety. If you are a member of the latter group, look at it this way: this interview can be just the thing the Admissions Committee needs to stitch together the rest of your application elements with a genuine, prepared, and poised interview performance.
The interview affords one of the only formal opportunities for official face-to-face interaction during the application process. Seize it.
The Texas MBA Program is currently ranked #17 in the country by U.S. News & World Report, making McCombs the top business school in the thriving state of Texas. This past year, the Texas Full-Time MBA Program received more than 2,500 applications from around the world. We’re very excited to welcome the Class of 2019!
Meet some of our newest Texas MBAs…
Texas MBA alumni & staff are hosting events in Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco this fall.
These Texas MBA Roadshows are your opportunity to learn about the Texas Full-Time MBA Program, attend presentations from MBA Career Management and Admissions, and network with Texas MBA alumni — all in a city near you. These events are packed with in-depth information about experiential learning at McCombs, the application process, MBA student life, global opportunities, career resources, and more.
Register now below.