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Careers Programs

Through UBC's Careers Programs, McCombs students can make lasting connections with professionals, gain valuable insights from leaders in business, and have first-hand experiences with solving business problems.

All of these programs make students much more informed about and prepared for the professional world after college.

Learn more about our many Careers Programs below.


Beyond Business is an event that allows students to learn about non-traditional industries and connect with industry professionals.We want to show students that while certain careers are emphasized in McCombs, career opportunities are endless. Previous topics have included healthcare and non-profits.

Check our Facebook for updates on the upcoming spring event.


Every fall and spring, our case competitions give students the opportunity to show off their business skills by presenting their solutions to real-world business problems. Through case competitions, students can gain confidence and learn how to approach issues by getting feedback from professional judges.

See our Facebook page for pictures from the 2018 Fall Case Competition.


Company Field Trips give McCombs students the opportunity to interact with and learn about businesses in other cities. Through tours, panels, and networking opportunities, students have had unparalleled experiences at companies such as Google, Goldman Sachs, EY, and Deloitte. Past CFTs have visited New York, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, and more.

See our Facebook event for more information.


Through the VIP Distinguished Speakers Series, students can gain insight from some of the most prominent individuals in modern business. In the past, we've had C-suite speakers from Google, Disney, Accenture, Sam's Club, and many more.

This semester, we have welcomed the COO of Chobani and the Chairman and CEO of Frost Bank to speak in the VIP series.

See our Facebook page for pictures from those events and updates on upcoming VIP events.


Students have the opportunity to visit outstanding businesses in Austin - like YETI, Sense Corp, and T3 - through our VISIT program. These visits give students connections with professionals and context for the business world after college.

This semester, students have had the opportunity to visit the YETI and Dell offices through this program. See our Facebook page for updates on future VISIT events.


Women’s Case Competition aims to be a platform to empower women in business and increase their participation in case competitions. For the last few years, UBC, Women in Business Association, and Graduate Women in Business have worked together to make this a reality. 

The 2019 Women's Case Competition will be taking place February 6 - 9. Check the Facebook page for updates.

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