Texas Christian (Neeley) back to Global rankings

Fort Worth, U.S.

#39 U.S.
#46 Global
620 GMAT

Fort Worth, U.S.

Tuition $44,010

Note: GMAT score is median or average as provided by the school. Tuition is advertised figure and doesn’t include fees or other costs.

Climate

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% of hires in each industry (top 3)

34 graduates hired in total

Median starting salary compared with all other schools

What’s best about the MBA program
(From students and alumni)

Small program allowed for quality interactions with faculty, alumni and visiting business professionals.

Small class sizes give you great access to the professors (who really care about your success on a personal level), extra curricular activities like case competitions, and the ability to build a smaller but closer network

It allowed more 1 on 1 time with faculty and staff and the relationships which were built with fellow classmates I felt were deeper and richer.

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