The MBA application process can be quite challenging at first. Finding a benchmark and evaluating oneself is hard. When I began my application process, I wasn't very confident about my chances. Shailesh and Mayank evaluated my profile thoroughly and were very patient in understanding my constraints and requirements. Their mentorship helped me, not just with my applications to universities abroad, but also through the application process to Indian schools."
Shubham Gupta, Boston University ($60K scholarship), The College of William and Mary (50K scholarship), 9 IIM's, MDI Gurgaon, XIMB
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|1||October 28, 2020|
|2||January 20, 2021 (final deadline to be considered as a nominee for the Graduate Diversity Excellence Fellowship)|
|3||March 10, 2021 (final deadline for international candidates)|
|4||April 21, 2021 (final deadline for domestic candidates)|
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During the earlier days, business education was intermingled with mechanical and agricultural programs at Mays. In 1920, the Department of Economics started offering business courses and in 1921, Agricultural Administration programs also started offering business courses. In 1926, separate departments were formed for accounting and statistics, marketing and finance. In 1946, the Department of Business and Accounting became a part of the School of Arts & Sciences. In 1951, General MBA degree was awarded by the School and the department moved to its new building in Francis Hall. The School of Business Administration was formed in 1961 and John E. Pearson headed the School. In 1965, the School started separate programs in accounting, business analysis and research, finance, marketing and management. The MBA program was implemented by the School in 1966. The College of Business Administration was formed in 1968 under the guidance of its first dean John E. Pearson. The College acquired AACSB accreditation in 1972 and in 1981, the College moved to Blocker building. In 2002, the College was renamed as Mays Business School.
At Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School, our mission is creating knowledge and developing ethical leaders for a global society.
The rigorous and comprehensive curriculum of the program prepares the students to take on responsible leadership roles in the organizations in the future. The academic excellence and extensive hands-on learning initiatives of the School give a competitive edge to the students and enable them to add value to their organization. The vast resources and tools available to the students aid them in nurturing their managerial skills, and the diverse academic course options enable them to tailor their MBA program based on their career aspirations. The Dean’s MBA Executive Speaker Series is a platform for the students to connect with high-profile executives and business leaders of the corporate world. Students are enriched by the leadership philosophies, business knowledge and experiences shared by these eminent personalities during the Speaker Series.
The Leadership Initiative of the School is based on a four-pronged model of Self-awareness and development, Core business knowledge and skills, Strategies for leadership, teamwork, communication and problem solving, and real-world practice. Tools like StrengthsFinder and Myers-Brigg enable the students to assess their areas of strengths and weaknesses while the courses on Emotional Intelligence will empower the students to become effective business leaders. In order to inculcate core leadership skills and business knowledge in students, case-based leadership content and tested problem-solving techniques have been well-integrated into the core curriculum of the program. The unique curriculum of the School gives ample of opportunities for the students to nurture their leadership skills and learn about the various problem-solving frameworks.
The Applied Learning Initiatives by the School include Business Consulting Project, MBA Venture Challenge, The Washington Campus and Aggies on Wall Street, where students get an opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge to real-world business situations. As a part of the Business Consulting Project, students work in teams for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small startups and solve a real-world business challenge faced by the client. There are Consulting Projects available for all possible disciplines offered by the School. The MBA Venture Challenge sponsored by the Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship is a mandatory part of the curriculum, where students assess the commercial viability of an existing firm. After thorough analysis and research, students deliver an elevator pitch and a venture pitch presentation in front of the esteemed judges who are successful business leaders. The Washington Campus program is a week-long educational program, where students make themselves aware of the impact of decisions made at Washington on the business, success and profitability of the firms across the nation. This is an excellent platform for students to network with graduates from other business schools and enrich themselves through mutual learning and knowledge-sharing. Selected students from the finance domain get a chance to immerse themselves into the financial district of the country through the Aggies on Wall Street program, where they enhance their knowledge by interacting with senior executives from the banking and investment firms.
The School is fully aware that employers today look for candidates who carry international experience with their MBA degree. The School partners with major business schools of developing countries like China, France, and Norway, etc., that enables the students to be part of the exchange program, and travel to these countries, and learn about the culture, economy and business of these countries. Students visit corporate headquarters and manufacturing sites, and learn about the business practices currently followed in these countries.
The School is located in College Station, Texas, and is closely associated with the adjacent city Bryan. The Business Center at College Station, Spring Creek Corporate Campus, Texas A&M University Research Park and Crescent Park are the business parks of the city that have several software development and technology manufacturing companies. The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley- Arts Center, the Benjamin Knox Gallery, and the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History connect the visitors with the art, culture and history of the country. Visitors can indulge themselves in fishing activity at Lake Bryan.
The Graduate Business Career Services GBCS office has a dedicated team of professionals who work closely with each student to develop their short term and long term career strategies. The career coaches equip the students with long-term career management strategies and not just post-MBA job-offers. The career coaches coordinate with the students to develop their long-term career plans based on the field of their interest. They help students in building a winning resume that would enable them to get shortlisted by more companies. Further, they help students in enhancing their networking skills in order to get them noticed by potential employers.
Mays Business School Venture Challenge