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What is a deferral?

Greetings from Babson, where we recently celebrated not that we are the #1 school for entrepreneurship, but that we are the ONLY school for e-ship.  I’ll save the picture for the end of my post, but let me say that Olin Hall witnessed an outpouring of school spirit, Babson green t-shirts, the Babson Beaver mascot,…

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What is up this week at Babson?

Are you a potential applicant to a Babson MBA program?  Have you started an application?  Are you in the lucky club of people who actually submitted one already?  I have an offer.  Come visit Babson this week.  We have some amazing events for you to enjoy. On Tuesday, October 23 and Wednesday, October 24, we…

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Experience The Babson Bridge

  (Fall scenes on the Babson campus, including Olin Hall-top right.) Are you having a busy fall? Everything at Babson is moving and changing in really great ways. New England has had a change of season. In autumn when the sun shines, our campus is a magical place! All our students from all our graduate programs are…

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Tips for planning your MBA school visits

Some of you may well remember your undergraduate college visit tour. You may have gone with your parents; you may have shared the back seat with a sibling or two. You may have been the driver, figuratively and literally, and scheduled the tour to only include schools you thought you would like.  Some of you may…

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The Babson MBA–A transformational experience

May is college and university commencement month, and I have been thinking about the many beginnings and endings that are happening at Babson. Students are graduating, and new classes are enrolling. Despite all this leave-taking and in-coming, I am also thinking about the transformations that have happened here at Babson. Not only will our students…

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A Day in the Life of an Babson MBA Student

We in admissions like to provide soft and hard data about the life of a student in our programs. The hard data, for example, is all about number of courses and credits per semester, number of faculty, faculty/student ratio, the cost of housing, FAQ’s. The soft comes to you in the narratives  we tell about why…

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Are You LinkedIn?

We in Admissions talk, strategize, and puzzle over communicating with candidates at every stage of the admissions process.  One of our challenges is determining what is the best way to communicate with you. My staff and I have entered a really exciting time of year, one in which we have released many rounds of decisions…

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Waitlist–It’s Not About Waiting

Waitlist—It’s Not about Waiting As we enter March and approach the end of the decision cycle, many of you may have received a waitlist decision and are disappointed or confused. I wanted to give you some advice, short and sweet, about how to view this status and what to do about it. A waitlist status…

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Summer Start for the Evening MBA

Regardless of the fact that many of us have not been governed by a school calendar for a very long time, we still behave as if we do. Who doesn’t yearn for new pencils and a black marbled composition book in September? Don’t you itch to clean your desk in late June and leave for…

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