MBA Student Organizations
Various Texas MBA student organizations have an international focus and provide a support system for international students. Organizations include the China Business Association (CBA), Latin American and Hispanic Master in Business Association (LAHMBA), Indian Graduate Business Association (IGBA), Mexican Graduate Business Association and International MBA Student Association (IMBASA).
Center for International Business, Education & Research. Federally funded National Resource Center for international business education and research at the McCombs School of Business.
Curtis W. Meadows, Jr. Social Enterprise Fellows (formerly Ford Fellows)
The Curtis W. Meadows, Jr. Social Enterprise Fellows program matches teams of UT Austin graduate students to serve as nonprofit consultant fellows with NGOs in Latin America. Working in an interdisciplinary team, a Meadows Fellow can expect to provide management consulting services on issues of strategy, marketing, finance, human resources, and sustainability for a nonprofit organization.
UT International Office
Services for international students, faculty, and visiting scholars at the university; information for students and faculty going abroad; and English as a second language (ESL) services.
Partnership in International Management. A prestigious consortium of over 50 business schools worldwide. The McCombs School of Business has been a member since 2000.
The Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies. A language and National Resource Center integrating more than 30 academic departments at UT and offering programs that lead to B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees.