Visit Us On Campus
The best way to determine if the Texas MBA program is the right fit for you is joining us for a campus visit. We recommend that you plan your visit for the time that is most convenient for you - no matter what point in your application process that may be.
Campus visits are designed as a tool to help you get a better feel for McCombs. So a visit after you submit your application is just as valuable as a visit before you apply.
We encourage you to avoid planning your visit during times of the year when students are not on campus (i.e. winter break, spring break, summer). The interactions you'll have with current students through class visits and the personal stories they can share about their MBA experience are extremely valuable.
Campus Visit Options
Information sessions allow you to learn more about the Texas Full-Time MBA program, and give you the opportunity to meet admissions staff, current students, and alumni. Dates will be posted in mid-summer, so please check back in late July to find a session that works for you!
Class visits for 2014 will be posted soon. While you will find some class visits listed sooner, the full offering will not be available until our students return for the spring semester and we are able to solidify the class offerings.
- Class visits are offered on Mondays and Thursdays throughout each semester.
- Please limit your request to one class visit (either a.m. or p.m.).
- You can maximize your visit experience by combining your Monday/Thursday option with a Friday event.
The Texas MBA Women's Forum at the McCombs School of Business offers you the opportunity to meet many of our future female business leaders currently enrolled in the Texas MBA program, attend a class, meet faculty, and share alumni experiences. Additionally, you will gain knowledge about the admissions process, discover career opportunities, grasp the global experience, and picture yourself as a Texas MBA. Visit the Women's Forum web page for more information and to register.
Our annual Texas MBA Diversity Forum is an opportunity for qualified applicants to learn more about the benefits of an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, the strengths of the McCombs program, and how business school will ultimately affect their ability to become exceptional business leaders. While the Diversity Forum is open to everyone, African American, Hispanic American, and Native American applicants are especially encouraged to attend. Visit the Diversity Forum web page for more information and to register.