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    Located in Austin, Texas, McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin was founded in 1922.

     McCombs hopes to develop ideas to advance the economy, improve lives, strengthen communities and create new knowledge for future generations.

    In addition to the main campus in Downtown Austin, McCombs offers classes outside Central Texas in Dallas, Houston and internationally in Mexico City. 

    McCombs offers a multitude of facilities and services. All degree programs have Advisory Councils comprised of industry experts constantly looking to improve the curriculum. 

    Career services are offered to participants on each degree program to ensure graduates have the best chance in securing employment following graduation.  

    The Master of Science Programs Career Services team offer an individualized career curriculum, from mock interviews and resume preparation to how to negotiate job offers.

    The McCombs Alumni Network boasts a large business alumni network at a top research university, with the business school further noting the prominence of its tight-knit community, fostering lifelong engagement with students and alumni. 

    Qualified applicants should meet the following criteria:

    • An undergraduate degree from an accredited institution
    • Mathematical aptitude and demonstrated ability to handle quantitative material
    • Strong communication skills
    • A completed application consisting of the following:
    • Official transcripts uploaded in PDF format
    • GRE or GMAT scores:

                    GRE: 6882 

                    GMAT MSM: 396-44-93

                    GMAT MSF: 396-44-78

                    GMAT MSBA: 396-44-73

                    GMAT MSITM: 396-44-30

    • TOEFL or IELTS for all international students (waivers are available - please review our "International Students" section under Application Components below for specific information)
    • Personal essays. A video essay component is optional but highly recommended by the admissions committee. The video essay should not exceed 1 minute in length.
    • Letters of recommendation
    • Resume

    Individual MS degrees may have specific program requirements.

    There are a limited number of merit-based scholarships available to Texas MS Program students. All Texas MS Program applicants are automatically considered for merit-based financial assistance; no separate application is necessary. Scholarships are considered separately within each degree program.

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