The SXSW Trade Show highlights the integrations and overlaps between SXSW's converging industries and hosts a diverse range of forward thinking exhibitors - from promising startups, to established industry leaders. The four-day show encourages targeted connections and new discoveries through niche exhibit categories - including the Come & Capture Film Factory and Startup Corner, plus original programming on the Next Stage.
Austin Convention Center
Exhibit Halls 3 & 4
Dates and Hours:
Sunday, March 15 | 10:00am-6:00pm
Monday, March 16 | 10:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday, March 17 | 10:00am-6:00pm
Wednesday, March 18 | 10:00am-2:00pm
The McCombs School of Business Texas MBA Full-Time Program climbed two ranks to 15th in the nation in the 2015 edition of U.S. News and World Report's (USN) survey of best graduate schools. In addition, McCombs was ranked among the Top 10 in Entrepreneurship for the fifth year in a row by The Princeton Review's Top 25 Graduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Programs for 2015.
Student concentrations include: Accounting, Brand and Product Management, Business Analytics, CleanTech, Consulting, Corporate Finance, Energy Finance, Entrepreneurship, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, Finance (General), Global Business, Healthcare, High Technology Marketing, Information Management, Innovation Leadership, Investment Management, Management (General), Marketing Analytics and Consulting, Private Equity Finance, Public and Governmental Affairs, Real Estate Finance, Social Enterprise, Supply Chain & Operations Management.
Swing by our booth to learn more about our various MBA programs (Full-Time, Working Professional, Houston and Dallas), applying to our program, hiring our students or potentially partnering with us if your organization has a business problem you want solved.
The University of Texas at Austin Master of Science in Technology Commercialization (MSTC) Program is one-year master's degree from The McCombs School of Business. Designed for working professionals, students attend classes alternating weekends in person or online and focus on the intersection of business, technology, and innovation. Students learn to bring new technologies to market, leading innovation within a corporation or through a venture of their own.