TCU Toyota Case Competition

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When in your MBA experience will you be ready to make an impact on an organization? At what point will corporate executives be asking you for your insights?

For MBA students at TCU Neeley, the answer is “immediately.” Our students tackle their first live corporate case before classes even begin.

Case competitions are a great example of how TCU prepares its MBAs both for today's ever-evolving global economy and the careers of tomorrow. Case competitions accomplish this by giving our students ample opportunity to demonstrate their skills in high-pressure situations, to network with thought leaders and to add substantive experience to their resumes.

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TCU Alumnus Gabe Williams Driven to Give Back

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Six years ago, Gabe Williams ‘14 stepped onto the campus of the Neeley School of Business eager to make an impact with his career. Not only did Gabe achieve that goal, but he also enjoyed the opportunity to do it while working for a great employer — the globally recognized athletic brand Nike. 

Gabe’s TCU experience helped him quickly rise in the ranks at Nike. He soon became the company’s Integrated Marketplace Director, overseeing $100 million of investment capital as well as spearheading their long-range strategic retail vision. So why did Gabe decide to leave his dream job?

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TCU MBA Bootcamps

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Have you ever wanted to surround yourself with the best minds in your industry? Have you found yourself wishing you could receive personalized feedback and advice from proven business leaders — the kind of insights that can help you establish or further yourself in your career? At our Neeley Boot Camps, that’s exactly what our students experience.

Our expert faculty and administrators have spent years developing a wide array of experiential learning opportunities for our students. Our Boot Camps are among the most popular of these offerings, as they provide prospective MBAs unique opportunities to network with successful industry experts and alumni in their area of concentration.

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Top Tips from Current Students for Incoming Students

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As an incoming student at TCU’s Neeley School of Business, perhaps the excitement you’re feeling is tempered with a little apprehension. While the journey is going to be an incredible, life-changing one, plenty of unknowns still lie ahead.

To help you get off to a great start, we asked three of our current students — full-time MBA Kelsi Teakell and evening Professional MBA (PMBA) candidates Haden Masterson, and Matthew Degrasse — to share their stories of how they came to TCU and to offer some advice on how to best prepare for the grad student lifestyle.

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Resources Current MBA Students Recommend

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Are you looking forward to earning your MBA, either this semester or in the near future? If so, you already have some idea of how much time, energy and hard work you’ll have to invest in your degree.

At TCU Neeley, we do everything we can to help our students to get off to a strong start and get the most out of their education. Mitchell Smith and Sean Melton are both current students in our MBA program. Both returned to school after spending some time in the workforce, and arrived on campus a little unsure if they were ready to pick up where they left off in their studies. But they soon discovered that, with a little initiative and the help of some valuable TCU resources, making the switch from “incoming student” to “future alumni” has been more than a manageable process — it’s been enlightening experience.

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Financing Your MBA

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Earning an MBA offers you many excellent benefits and opportunities for professional growth regardless of your industry or current role within your organization. However, choosing to further your education does require making an investment. As a prospective student, you may be hesitant to commit to an MBA program until you have a better idea of the quantifiable return you can expect on your investment. While the affordability of a degree can be a legitimate concern — and financing a great education is a reality that needs to be addressed — the cost of an MBA shouldn’t stop anyone from pursuing their career goals.Read more >>