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Announcing Summer Venture Program in San Francisco!

This summer, we’re excited to launch Babson’s signature accelerator here at our San Francisco campus located in SoMa, the center of the start-up scene in SF. Within blocks of the campus are headquarters of some of the biggest names in tech, as well as a host of co-working spaces, accelerators, and VC firms, making San…

Tim Booker

Christmas Traditions In Asia

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, Ev’rywhere you go…” Or is it? What exactly does Christmas look like? Is it how most U.S. Americans think of it, with Christmas trees, ornaments, gifts, religious ceremonies, and cookies? Or could it look like something else entirely?  It depends on your perspective, to be sure. Our…

K Fludd

Facing Race, at school and work

Post by Carly Moore, class of 2015. After four years, Babson students can expect to find themselves transformed by an education that challenges the ways they think about business, culture and society. Along with their degree, Babson graduates should emerge with a greater awareness for both the self and others, ready to gracefully tackle the…

Brett

IES Abroad Awards $5,000 in Scholarships to Two Babson College Students

This is a re-post from IES Abroad, a study abroad provider. You can learn more about IES Abroad by clicking here. To learn more about the many opportunities to study abroad through Babson, click here.  Last week, we were pleased to award two $2,500 IES Abroad scholarships to Babson College students: Matthew Batista and Therese…

Tim Booker

Babson Undergrad Team Takes First Place In International Business Contest

This is a re-post from the News & Announcements blog. Congratulations to our Glavin Global Fellows and our Global Scholars!   Three Babson Undergrads, who are Glavin Global Fellows, took home the first place $2,000 cash prize in the Brigham Young University Business Language Case Competition last week in Provo, Utah. Babson won the Spanish…

BRIC Program

Thank You, Spasiba, Xie Xie, Sukriya!

Post by Rebecca Jacobs (’17) and Jessica Thevenoz (’17) The last few weeks in India were very exciting! One of the highlights was our action-packed week in Rajasthan, India. First, we traveled all the way to Jaipur, a major city in Rajasthan, also known as the Pink City. This region, one anciently filled with royalty,…

Susan Duffy

GEM 2014 Women’s Report: Progress Presents New Opportunities

Today’s release of the 2014 GEM Global Women’s Report heralds an increase in entrepreneurial activity among women across the globe. In the 83 economies studied, more than 200 million women entrepreneurs are starting or running new businesses. An additional 128 million are running established businesses. The gender gap between women and men participating in entrepreneurship…

Tim Booker

My Top 3 Reasons for Spending an Academic Year Abroad

Post by Josephine Osei, who studied abroad in London, England. Click here to learn about the many opportunities to travel abroad at Babson. Early on in my college career, I had set studying abroad as one of my top goals. I had longed dreamed of travelling the word and immersing myself in a new culture. I…

BRIC Program

Delhi Belly

The change of country could not have come at a better time. As China came to a close the group had hit a bit of a lull so the arrival in India was the perfect thing to get our spirits up again. India so far has been quite an experience to say the least. Talk…

Tim Booker

A broad, Abroad

Post by Lana Le, who spent a semester studying abroad in Singapore. Click here to learn about the many opportunities to travel abroad at Babson. Last year, I was granted the opportunity to study for a semester abroad at Singapore Management University.  This experience not only gave me the chance to explore and live in a…