Neeley School of Business is the official Business School of the Texas Christian University. The school was established in 1884 and has since then flourished into a full-fledged institute offering business education.
Neeley School of Business offers admissions in business related programs such as BBA, MBA, Master of Accounting and other programs at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The total enrollment of the university is 2,821 and the student-faculty ratio of the university is 13:1.
|Type of University||Private|
|Year of Establishment||1884|
The Neely School of Business is located within campus grounds of the Texas Christian University. The campus offers on-campus dining options, a health centre, a recreation centre and counselling and mental health centre among various other facilities.
The students at Neeley School of Business are eligible to apply for on-campus accommodation in TCU’s 18 residence halls. Single, double, triple occupancy as well as apartment-style housing is available.
Neeley School of Business offers academic programs which include accounting, entrepreneurship and innovation, finance, information systems and service chain management, management and leadership and marketing.
International students who want to seek admissions into Neeley School of Business can follow the below mentioned application details:
Application Fee: The fee for undergraduate application is 40 USD and for graduate applications is 60 USD.
Basic Admission Requirements:
The estimated cost of attendance for international students to study in the university is mentioned-below:
|Type of Expense||Undergraduate (USD)||Graduate (USD)|
|Graduate Student Activity Fee||-||48|
|Student Government Association||90||-|
|Hall & Meal Cost||14,040||17,370|
|Books and Supplies||900||900|
|Total Expense for Fall & Spring :||66,600||50,538|
The university offers several scholarships for international students to study in the USA. Some of the scholarships available at the undergraduate level include the Chancellor’s Scholarship (full tuition and fees), Dean's Scholarship (21,000 USD), Faculty Scholarship (18,000 USD).
MBA Scholarships offered include Dean’s Scholarship (full tuition, fee and stipend of 5,000 USD), Neeley Scholarship (up to full tuition and fee), TCU ROTC Scholarship (full tuition).
The Alumni Association at TCU, allows the ex-students to network with alumni and current students, gives access to career development programs, invitations to alumni-exclusive events etc. Famous alumni members from Neeley School of Business include Jack Smothers, Ralph Goedder and Amanda Galati.
The Alcon Career Centre at Neeley School of Business offers guidance to students in resume and cover letter writing, career exploration, internship and job searching etc. BBA graduates from the institute have a placement rate of around 96% and MBA graduates have a placement rate of 95%. The starting salary earned by undergraduates is 73,000+ USD per year, the starting salary for MBA graduates is 93,000+ USD.
|Average Cost of Attendance||$49,160 / Year|
|Exams||Avg. Score||Min. Score||Max. Score||% Submitted|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$49,160 / Year|
|Post Graduate Program||$35,910 / Year|
Rank (Out of Colleges)
#40 [Out of 100]
55.8 [Out of 100]
based on 1 student ratings
I got to know about the college from one of my cousins who lived there in the USA. He suggested to me this college as he recently graduated from there. After listening to the feedback from him I was quite impressed and I filled the online application form which cost me $50. Also, my GPA of 8.6 on a scale of 10 helped me a lot in getting through the admission process.
I really like my course structure as it gets upgraded whenever there is a change by the university. The curriculum is structured in such a way that I never feel burdened or bored. Also the curriculum emphasizes on practical learning instead of only theoretical learning.
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