Application deadline: March 15 — find out what the LBJ School is like, how to apply, how to pay for it and more | LBJ School of Public Affairs | The University of Texas at Austin

Our application deadline is MARCH 15. Get answers to all of your questions in this fall's webinars.

The application deadline for the 2019–20 academic year at the LBJ School of Public Affairs is fast approaching. There is time to gather the materials to apply — here's an overview of the LBJ School's programs and application requirements.

Throughout the fall 2018 semester, the Office of Student Affairs and Admissions (OSAA) has been hard at work holding webinar sessions for prospective students seeking answers to questions about all aspects of the application process, the culture of the LBJ School and what it has to offer both in terms of academics and student life. The sessions have also introduced some of our outstanding faculty and offered perspective on the search for internships during the program and jobs after graduation.

A directory of this fall's webinars is below; find more on the LBJ School's YouTube page, and read how visiting the school helped MGPS student Sam Lee make his decision about which graduate program to attend.

Fall 2018 OSAA Webinars
  • Meet the Dean: On Dec. 13, Dean Angela Evans shared thoughts on a public affairs education and her vision for the LBJ School.
  • Applying from the military: Veterans, active-duty, Hazelwood benefit and more: This Nov. 26 webinar focused on the experience of LBJ students affiliated with the military, including things like the application process, curricular details, school-military balance and more. Current LBJ students Brandon Podojil, Nathan Bumagny and Christopher Piskai will join to talk about their experience.
  • Career Management: On Oct. 31, Career Resource Specialists Lauren Berryhill and Nikesha Rollack discussed the services at the LBJ School that can help you land that required internship and find the job you've been looking for after graduation.
  • Virtual Information Session: On Oct. 11, Graduate Program Coordinators Amy Pakes and Laura Roach, Graduate Admissions and Program Coordinator Gwen Kelso, and Career Resource Specialists Lauren Berryhill and Nikesha Rollack held an online session on the LBJ School's degree programs and career assistance.
  • The LBJ School Culture: A Student Perspective: Also on Oct. 8, Graduate Admissions and Program Coordinator Gwen Kelso joined Master of Global Policy Study (MGPS) student Holly Buttrey and Master of Public Affairs (MPAff) student Laura Harbison to talk about what it's like to attend the LBJ School, from classes and student groups to going to grad school in Austin and what makes our school like no other.