Unique. Selective. Rigorous. These three words capture the essence of the Naveen Jindal School of Management's Full-Time MBA program. This year, the institution has demonstrated its ability to develop. Not only is this exemplified by the excellent academic achievements of prospective students, (the average GMAT of applicants is 668), but the fact that forty percent of the people studying the Fulltime MBA (unique cohort) are international students also goes a long way to ensuring that students understand the global perspective on each topic on the curriculum. The school is also able to offer a program of consistently high quality, as it receives over six applicants per available place, and is, therefore, well-funded. Keep an eye on this one!
About The University of Texas at Dallas, Naveen Jindal School of Management
Flexibility is the key at the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Four different MBA programs at The University of Texas at Dallas allow students to select a program that best accommodates their travel, work and career goals. Students may attend daytime or evening, full- or part-time, weekend or online. And because the Jindal School also offers 10 master’s degrees, MBA students can customize their degree, creating concentrations from more than 100 elective courses. Since all of the Jindal School’s MBA programs are nationally ranked, this represents an outstanding tuition value.
The Full-Time MBA program, ranked No. 17 among public universities in the United States by U.S. News & World Report, is a competitive program and offers exceptional applicants substantial scholarship support. GMAT scores for these applicants exceed 660. The Professional (Part-Time) MBA, ranked No. 10 among professional MBA programs at U.S. public universities by BusinessWeek, enrolls students with an average 640 GMAT score. These programs attract students across the spectrum of age, professional experience, academic background and ethnic heritage. The Jindal School’s leadership first focuses on delivering a top-tier education to students but continues to enhance the school’s facilities. On the drawing board is a second 100,000 square-foot building, to accommodate the school’s growing population and internationally renowned research faculty. The economically vibrant Dallas-Fort Worth area offers graduates job prospects in everything from large multinational corporate offices to high-tech start-ups; from transportation to banking to healthcare.
UT Dallas is young institution by U.S. standards. This, however, is a competitive advantage because it allows flexibility in curriculum, perspective and innovation. UT Dallas prides itself on enrolling students from around the globe, including China, India, Korea and Singapore as well as nations in Europe and Africa. Recent campuswide upgrades have added student services space and dining facilities, improved campus housing and parking and created attractive outdoor meeting spaces for students.
Unique selling points
- Naveen Jindal School of Management has an innovative and world renowned faculty.
- Naveen Jindal School of Management will provide a rewarding and enriching experience for students.
- Naveen Jindal School of Management is a premier destination for serious, global MBA students..
Naveen Jindal School of Management
The University of Texas at Dallas SM42
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