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MPA Internships

MPA Unique Experience Internships

Internships emphasize leadership, teamwork and client/management interaction and will give you a practical view of organizations that may be suitable career options. Many students also find that internships eventually lead to job offers.

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MPA Study Abroad

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Gain global perspective and prepare yourself for today’s business environment by studying abroad. Texas McCombs MPA offers a five-week summer program in Prague. This program consists of two courses that combine to give you six hours of graduate credit toward your MPA degree. One course is taught by a McCombs professor and the other is taught by an international faculty member from our partner university. All courses are taught in English. 

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, Czech Republic

Campus: University of Economics, a leader in the field of management and economics in the Czech Republic. A beautiful and exciting city, Prague has been a political, economic, and cultural center of Europe for more than 1,000 years.

Distinguished Speaker Series

MPA Distinguished Speaker Series

Gain real-world insight on current business trends through our Distinguished Speaker Series Lyceum class. 

Past speakers have included: Carl Allegretti, Chairman and CEO of Deloitte Tax LLP; and Mack Brown, former Head Football Coach at The University of Texas at Austin. 

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Giving Back: Tax Practicum Class

MPA student preparing taxes at Foundation Communities

Every year, Texas McCombs MPA students learn accounting skills through hands-on community volunteerism through the Tax Practicum class. As an optional part of the curriculum, students complete 55 volunteer hours working with Community Tax Centers, a Foundation Communities program that partners with the Internal Revenue Service to implement the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program for low-income filers. In 2018, students became part of the team that helped over 20,000 low-income households with free tax preparation services, resulting in over $34 million in refunds returned to the local economy.