University of Texas MSF Update – July 2024

I was checking out the University of Texas MSF programs site recently and they have a bunch of updated information that I know all of you will want to hear about. This is one of the top programs in the US and they have run an amazing program from the very start. Enjoy the updated class profile and placement information. I’ll reach out and try and get some new student reviews as well.

2024 Class Profile

The UT MSF program posted their Class of 2024 profile and the stats continue to be great. Consistent class size, improved GMAT score YoY, and lots of diversity. This MSF continues to produce amazing results and the class profile helps illustrate their success in attracting top students.

  • Class Size – 66
  • Male/Female % – 64/36
  • GMAT – 675
  • Non-Texas Students – 24%

The range of undergraduate majors is equally as impressive.

  • Economics – 35%
  • Business – 14%
  • Humanities/Social Science – 6%
  • Engineering – 12%
  • Mathematics/Science – 2%
  • Other – 31%

Career Outcomes Class of 2023

The program continues to have great placements and build on last years success. Within 6 months of graduation, 93.1% of students received their first offer. Average salary was $82,198, an increase YoY. The majority of graduates accepted rolls in the Financial Services industry (43%) and Consulting (26%). Placements we dominated by Texas (80%), but students went throughout the country as they have done every year.

Below is a sample of the hiring firms for the class of 2023:

Bank of TexasEYTruist
Charles SchwabKPMGTexas Capital Bank
DeloitteRaymond JamesUBS

You can check out the full placement report here.


  • Tuition – Currently (as of 7/8/24) the programs tuitions is as follows:
    • Texas Resident – $48,000
    • Out of State – $53,000
  • Application Deadline – The current application cycle is closed, but will start up in the fall, most likely in October. If you have interest in this program, I would use the summer to start putting things together. This is a popular program and I think applying for the first round is a real benefit.
  • Information Session – While the application window is closed, the UT MSF program continues to have routine online information sessions. You can sign up for them here. I always encourage students to sign up for these as they are not only informative and helpful, but also indicate to admissions your interest in the program.

That’s the update for now. I am going to work on some student reviews. I’ll check back in a couple months when the new application window opens.

Here is a link to the University of Texas MSF Program


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