UT McCombs School of Business

Texas MBA Program Overview
The UT McCombs School of Business is a globally recognized MBA program located in Austin, Texas, a center of technology and business for the region.  The program is built on four key pillars: knowledge and understanding; responsibility and integrity; communication and collaboration; and a worldview of business and society.  There are many reasons the Texas MBA is a highly sought-after degree, from its reputation for academic excellence to the great community and culture within and surrounding the program. Texas MBAs consistently mention the various hands-on opportunities, like the Texas MBA+ Leadership Program, and the uniqueness of Austin as key reasons to why they chose McCombs over other top schools.

With a curriculum that lets students choose from more than 20 areas of concentration, various dual degree options, and the ability to take courses outside of the business school for elective credit, applicants will find a truly flexible program in the Texas MBA. Combine this flexibility with McCombs faculty who are consistently ranked among the top 10 nationally, and the outcome is a top-notch academic experience.

The Texas MBA Career Management team has a sterling reputation for the number and quality of opportunities provided to students. The McCombs reputation throughout the business community attracts top employers, providing students with numerous opportunities to fulfill career ambitions.

With more than 92,000 McCombs School of Business alumni around the world, and over 450,000 UT Austin alumni, students will enter a network of exceptional contacts. The experiences of a Texas MBA foster lifelong ties. The McCombs Alumni Network thrives because MBAs believe in taking an active role in fostering their legacy.

source: UT McCombs School of Business

Texas MBA Key Statistics
Applicants: 2,530
Entering Full-Time MBA Students: 260
Average GMAT Score: 699
Average Age: 28
Average Work Experience: 5.5 years
Rolling Admissions: No
Women: 37%
International Students: 25%
US Minority: 14%

Texas MBA Important Dates
Round 1 Deadline: October 10, 2017
Round 2 Deadline: January 9, 2018
Round 3 Deadline: April 3, 2018