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Summer Catalyst Kickoff in San Francisco

This week, we are excited to kick off Babson’s Summer Catalyst Program in San Francisco with 6 teams of entrepreneurs. The Summer Catalyst Program is a 10 week pre-accelerator experience that offers co-working space, mentors, and guidance to help early-stage/seed-level entrepreneurs develop their startups. Throughout the summer, they will be working among like-minded entrepreneurs in the most…

Colleen Hynes

How to Complete Your Application in Just One Week

There’s still  time to submit your application for Babson’s Blended Learning MBA in Miami. The GMAT is not required for this program. Want to complete your application in just one week? Stick to this timeline and your application will be ready to go! Day 1: Request your transcripts from your undergraduate institution and any graduate…

Colleen Hynes

Exciting Opportunities for Babson’s Incoming Graduate Students!

My colleague Johanna Beers, who recruits primarily for our Two-Year MBA program, shared the following thoughts as she prepares to welcome the incoming classes at Babson! May is a time of transition for every college. Even as we celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2018 last Saturday, including two graduates who were named to…

Nishant Udeshi

The 3 Cs of My First Year at Babson

Now that I’m down to the last classes of the first year of my Two-Year MBA program, a series of flashbacks is playing in my head: Orientation. My first meeting with the Signature Learning Group. Techmark. BCAP client calls. Late nights of project work. As I look back, Steve Jobs’ “it’s all about the journey”…

Nishant Udeshi

2018 Graduate International Dinner

At Babson, you come prepared to indulge in diversity in the form of cultures and traditions from an array of countries. Knowing how eager students are to present their culture, our Graduate Student Council organizes an International Dinner each year. But this is no ordinary dinner. Groups of students from each country form teams and…

Nishant Udeshi

Babson x Cisco Brewers Marketing Challenge

Not every Monday is the same at Babson. Some are challenging. Most are exciting. Monday April 9th was the more exciting kind; Cisco Brewers from Nantucket, Massachusetts, came to campus for a marketing challenge organized by the Babson Marketing Club. These challenges gives students an opportunity to experience life as a brand manager. The club…

Nishant Udeshi

Unity in Diversity: The Babson Latin American Forum

Hola, ¿cómo estás?. Well, that’s how much Spanish I have perfected thanks to my friends from Central and South America in Babson’s two-year MBA program. In my time here, I have taken a couple of short trips with friends from Peru and Mexico only to realize how similar our cultures are. So when I heard…

Babson Graduate Students

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…

Lessons from Tim Ryan ’88 of PwC

On a recent visit with Babson students, Tim Ryan ‘88, Senior Partner and Chairman of PwC US, highlighted the importance of diversity and inclusion, and shared three perspectives to carry in life. Three Key Perspectives Understand respect is important – “Leadership is not about making everybody like you, but helping people realize their full potential.…

Nishant Udeshi

Gaining Hands-On Consulting Experience with BCAP

Every MBA student dreams of being a consultant – finishing that fancy presentation while sipping on the 3rd cup of coffee, occasionally looking through the big glass window to see the sun setting behind the city skyline. Is that what a regular day is like at the Boston Consulting Group? We don’t know yet, but…