School Information – The McCombs MBA

By Aringo WP User|December 24th, 2018|McComb's, Texas|

Our latest edition of the "School Information" series is an interview with Stephen Sweeney, Director of Full-Time MBA Recruiting and Admissions at The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business. What is special about your MBA program? In addition to its’ excellent reputation, what differentiates it from other Top MBA programs? The Texas McCombs MBA [...]

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Congratulations!

By Aringo WP User|March 25th, 2015|Georgetown MBA, hks, INSEAD MBA, McComb's, Michigan MBA, UCLA MBA, UNC|

Another Aringo client got accepted to INSEAD (MBA). Two additional Aringo clients got accepted to UNC (MBA). Two additional Aringo clients got accepted to UCLA (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to Michigan (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to McCombs (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to HKS (MBA). Three additional Aringo clients [...]

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Congratulations!

By Aringo WP User|March 17th, 2015|Duke Fuqua MBA, IESE, McComb's, tuck MBA, UNC|

Three additional Aringo clients got accepted to Duke (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to IESE (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to McComb's (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to Tuck (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to UNC (MBA).

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Crossing Fingers!

By Aringo WP User|January 20th, 2015|Carnegie Mellon, Georgetown MBA, IESE, McComb's, UNC|

Another Aringo client was invited to interview at McCombs (MBA). Two additional Aringo clients were invited to interview at Georgetown (MBA). Another Aringo client was invited to interview at IESE (MBA). Another Aringo client was invited to interview at UCLA (MBA) and UNC (MBA). Another Aringo client was invited to interview at Carnegie Mellon [...]

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Crossing Fingers!

By Aringo WP User|October 29th, 2012|McComb's, Texas|

Two additional Aringo clients were invited to interview at the University of Texas (MBA).

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