Short Answer – The average GMAT score at Texas McCombs is 700 for the last entering class. If you score above 700, you have a fair shot and you will receive an encouraging response to your profile evaluation from the admission committee.
Long Answer – There is no such thing as a safe score, higher is always better. In our years of consulting experience, we have seen our clients with 640 getting selected into top schools like INSEAD and on the other hand, someone with a 770 getting rejected too. A good benchmark that we advise all our clients to beat is the average GMAT score of the last entering class as mentioned in the Class profile published every year. Scoring above the average gets you a fair shot;
“The higher your score, the better is it for your interview or admission chance.”
If you plan to apply with a score that is below the average, then you are starting a fight with one hand tied behind your back or, let’s say, you are starting a few yards behind your competitors. You can definitely catch up in other sections of the application by writing outstanding essays or performing really well in an interview later. But it is always nice to start ahead of the competitor. A higher GMAT score helps one gain a competitive advantage.
“What if you are from the over represented Indian or Asian Pool?”
The over-represented candidate pool of Indian or Chinese applicants usually goes through a rigorous preparation process for GMAT, with a lot of Indian applicants scoring quite high. Hence, the overall competition and the Average score for this diaspora goes up by a few notches. That is why we recommend candidates within the most over-represented profiles to shoot at least 20 points higher than the school’s class profile average.
The average salary at Texas McCombs for the last graduating class was $130,000. 93% of the class was employed with 3 months of graduation with majority of class going into consulting (22%), Finance (26%) and technology (34%) oriented functional roles.
Our ongoing efforts to continue to strengthen our employer ecosystem helped our graduating Texas McCombs MBAs pursue full-time career opportunities at 116 companies, and 99% of the MBA class of 2022 secured internships at 125 companies across the United States.
The Tuition fees for Texas McCombs MBA is $ 118,000 and an additional $ 48,000 in living cost.
There are costs you may be required to cover
while enrolled that are not already built into the
standard cost of attendance (e.g., UT Academic
Health Plan, MBA student fee, laptop purchase,
International Student Services fees, etc.). You can
be awarded financial aid to cover those costs
and should reach out to the McCombs Financial
Aid Team to initiate the budget appeal process.each out to the McCombs Financial
Aid Team to initiate the budget appeal process.
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Once you are done with GMAT the entire application process usually take 4-6 weeks
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3-4 weeks at least.
Start writing at least 1 month in advance of their 1st deadline. First application usually takes the longest.
School will notify you and give you roughly 1 week to schedule your interview. Ideally, start your prep ASAP and Do some mock interviews.
For information on whether an international internship can be applied to your internship degree requirement, contact Career Management.
Tuition for a Semester Program (Fall, Spring and Summer Exchange) is the same tuition you normally pay at UT. Additional expenses include administrative fees, insurance, airfare, textbooks and cost-of-living. In some cases, a semester abroad can be equal to or less expensive than a semester in Austin.
Costs for Faculty-Led Programs can be found on individual program information pages here.
Generally, the same financial aid you already receive is applicable to study abroad programs. Students who receive financial aid, scholarships and/or grants should contact their funding provider to find out if that money can be used for study abroad. Visit our funding page to learn more about scholarships available through our office. Scholarships are also available through the main UT Education Abroad Office and via external opportunities.
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We do not admit/deny solely based on test scores since we are looking for overall exceptional applications, including high grades, strong professional development, high test scores and communication skills.
No. The final international deadline is set in order to allow time for visa processing. Additionally, due to a high volume of applications, we cannot accept applications after the final deadline.