Texas-Dallas (Jindal)

Richardson, TX

#32
U.S.
4
from 2019
690
GMAT
49
Class size
$18,059
Tuition

Tuition $18,059

International $36,704

Note: School has locations in Richardson and Richardson.  International tuition: $36,704. Tuition amount is the figure advertised by the school and includes mandatory fees and other costs. GMAT score is median or average, as provided by the school. Find more details on the school's website : https://jindal.utdallas.edu/mba-programs/ft-mba/ .

Gender and Race Breakdown Among U.S. Students, Compared with Other U.S. Schools

Visit Diversity Index page for more data. Gender is for whole class. Race data only for US students.

Male

0%100%67.0%

Female

0%100%33.0%

White

0%100%60.7% of U.S. population63.0%

Asian

0%100%6.6% of U.S. population10.0%

Black

0%100%14.1% of U.S. population0.0%

Hispanic

0%100%18.0% of U.S. population13.0%

Percent of Hires in Each Industry (Top 3)

27 graduates hired in total

Technology 37.0%
Consumer 14.8%

Nationalities (top 5)

Total Number of Nationalities: 10

United States 64%
India 20%
Brazil 2%
Italy 2%
Turkey 2%

Campus Atmosphere

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Women are well represented among my school’s faculty and administration

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Female protagonists are well represented in case studies

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LGBTQ students are given equal/adequate opportunity to participate in class discussions and on teams

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Social activities are generally inclusive towards LGBTQ students

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Minorities are well represented among the faculty and administration

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Representative comments from students and alumni on what's best about this MBA program

Extreme focus on student development to gain professional skills. Smaller class size helped with this and forming closer bonds with fellow students.

The curriculum and team-building activities provided me hands-on knowledge and experience of a corporate environment while studying.

Value of the education and opportunities provided compared to other significantly more expensive programs.

Being part of a small cohort gave me the ability to stand out for a particular skillset. It helped me get onto a winning case-competition team that ultimately turned into a career-shaping internship.

The diversity of the program candidates, and the ensuing discussions from various perspectives.