Author: Cara Chase

Cara Chase

Why Babson’s MCFE Program? Master of Science in Finance Students Answer

The Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE) elective course is designed to link the business and investment community with Babson College students through a consulting team project. Graduate Students work in teams of three to five people, supported by a faculty advisor with the objective of examining an actual business or investment situation. The team projects…

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Cara Chase

The Babson MSEL Coaching Experience

The Babson MSEL Coaching Experience takes place twice during the year in connection with the Creating Your Course. Here, students share their passion and knowledge about new venture creation through Babson’s partnership with the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). MSEL students have the opportunity to coach aspiring high school entrepreneurs in low income communities in fall…

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MSA Faculty & Students Beyond the Classroom at the USA Branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) Conference

MSA Faculty & Students Beyond the Classroom at the USA Branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) Conference Babson was well represented at this February’s USA Branch of the International Fiscal Association in Houston. The conference, which typically focuses on legal developments in the taxation of international transactions, featured a panel on the use of…

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The Babson College Fund (BCF) Elective Course: A MSF Student Perspective

The Babson College Fund (BCF) is an accredited course in which specially selected students from both the undergraduate and graduate schools manage a $2M portion of the Babson College endowment. The program is for highly self-motivated individuals with a strong interest in finance and investments. Practical application is a key feature of the Master of…

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MS in Accounting Program: Visit Campus This Summer!

Among summer jobs, internships and social activities, undergraduate students on summer break have a chance to rejuvenate and plan for the year(s) ahead. For those considering graduate accounting studies, summertime is a great opportunity to connect with us through a Create Your Experience (CYE) visit. A CYE visit offers you the opportunity to observe a…

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Quick Tips to Prepare for Your Graduate Admissions Interview

As you submit your application for the Round 3 deadline of February 28th (or another upcoming application deadline), you should also be thinking about how to best prepare for Graduate School interviews. The interview is another aspect of your application which helps us assess your experiences, accomplishments, goals and fit for Babson and your program…

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