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Graduate Career Service Center | Employers

Access our online recruiting site – MBA Jobs. Click here to:
  • Post an MBA job or internship posting
  • Submit a request to interview students on campus
  • Schedule an on-campus recruiting event (including company info session and lunch and learns)
  • Request candidate resumes
    • Click here to request a resume book
    • Our online student resume books allow recruiters to identify students with specific backgrounds, focus areas, and/or professional profiles (Resume books provided by MBA Focus).

To view the recruiter guide click the
image to the right.

We help you connect with Neeley grad students in many ways:

Recruiting Guidelines

At Neeley, we want recruiting our students to be as easy and flexible as possible. We have outlined a set of guidelines that will optimize employers’ effectiveness when recruiting TCU MBA talent, as well as enable a productive and positive experience for students.

Student Profiles

MBA Enrollment Profile
Entering Classes of 2010 and 2011

 

Entered
2010

Entered
2011

General Student Profile
Class Size   

58

44

Average GMAT

647

643

Average Age

28

27

Average Years of Work Experience 

5

4

Nationality
U.S.

78%

68%

International

22%

32%

Countries include: Bahrain, Belarus, Colombia, China, Germany, India, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Taiwan, Vietnam
Undergraduate Majors
Business

45%

43%

Science/Tech/Engineering

24%

27%

Liberal Arts & Other

31%

30%

Undergraduate College by Region
TCU

7%

11%

Other Texas

26%

30%

Other U.S.

48%

34%

Outside U.S.

19%

25%

START Workshop

This roundtable format enables you to meet with first-year MBA students in a relaxed setting. Students learn more about career options and identify companies where they hope to intern, while employers appreciate getting to know internship candidates personally. Often, the seeds for job offers two years away are planted at START.

Employer Roundtables

Industry-specific Employer Roundtables offer one-on-one interview opportunities in finance, marketing and supply chain.

Consulting Projects

Students undertake consulting projects for corporate clients ranging from marketing to real estate to supply chain. Teams leverage coursework concepts and work experience to review and evaluate an opportunity, challenge or concern that is key to the client's larger strategic/operational decision-making.

Integrative Project

In the business world, problems don't come in tidy packages. Effective business professionals must draw from many disciplines to make sound, strategic decisions. The Integrative Project requires students to do just that. At the end of their first semester, students tackle a week-long computer-based simulation. Circumstances change throughout the week, and new information is added, so teams must react and adapt. At the end of the week, each team must convince a panel of industry recruiters that their plan solves the problem at hand and makes the most of the opportunities ahead. The Integrative Project is an excellent opportunity to see students in action.

Career Development Seminars

Employers at these seminars offer Neeley MBA students a view from the other side of the table. Students learn about company research, resume review, interviewing, networking and the entire hiring process - all from an employer perspective.