Petia Whitmore

It’s not a quiet summer for Babson’s Graduate Admissions!

Don’t let the absence of blog activity lead you to think it’s a quiet summer in Graduate Admissions at Babson. It’s been a whirlwind of activities and here are just a few highlights:  We’ve been actively working with our incoming Two-Year and Evening classes and preparing to welcome them as well as the inaugural MSM…

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Petia Whitmore

Six Reasons to Consider Babson’s Evening MBA Program

1)      The Evening MBA program allows you to take advantage of Babson’s globally recognized curriculum while still remaining in the work force. 2)      It gives you an opportunity to take the new concepts and frameworks you learn in the classroom and apply them in your current job right away. 3)      The flexibility of the curriculum…

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Petia Whitmore

Live from Babson’s San Francisco campus!

Greetings from Babson’s San Francisco campus, where today we are hosting a large group of current students, alumni and of course prospective students for a Babson Connect event. Here is what happens at a Babson Connect event. The current students go on company treks to visit organizations aligned with their career interests. Yesterday, the Undergraduate…

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Petia Whitmore

Have you talked with us lately?

In the process of researching MBA or Masters programs, candidates speak with friends, coworkers, mentors, alumni, current students. These are all great resources that can help you understand how an MBA would support your personal and professional goals. Another resource every MBA candidate should take advantage of are admissions professionals, so let me highlight to…

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Petia Whitmore

Another way to experience Babson College – our student-run conferences

If you are a prospective graduate student, Graduate Admissions would like to invite you to be our guest at two student-run conferences, both featuring top-notch speakers and the opportunity to network with students, alumni, and industry professionals. This year’s Babson Energy & Environmental Conference concentrates on the ongoing integration of energy efficiency and sustainability in…

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Petia Whitmore

Deadlines and a Taste of the Blended Learning MBA

Greetings from Olin Hall where yesterday  our students rewarded us with a great celebration of the Chinese New Year – see picture below! Two important things for all Babson MBA candidates out there: The One-Year and Two-Year MBA Round 3 applications deadline is Monday, February 17. This is the last regular round for the One-Year…

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Petia Whitmore

Blended Learning MBA – there’s still time to apply and start in March!

We’ve been getting questions from candidates who are concerned they may have missed the final deadline to apply and become part of the Babson Blended Learning MBA entering class of March 2014 at our Wellesley campus. While the last deadline is indeed behind us, we will still review and accept qualifying candidates based on space…

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May 1 and Babson Graduate Admissions

May 1 is a big day at Babson Graduate Admissions.  Here’s why: Second-deposit day for the Two-Year MBA admits First application deadline for Evening MBA, September 2013 enrollment First application deadline for Fast Track October 2013 enrollment Tips about the three events listed above: We are moving to the end of the Two-Year Full-time program decision…

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Matt

Swimming With a Shark On Founder’s Day

This past Friday, I had the opportunity to experience my first “Founder’s Day” at Babson.  For those who may not know, I’ll let the Babson internal marketing/PR team explain what Founder’s Day is: Since 1947, a day has been set aside to recognize Roger W. Babson, founder and first president of Babson College, and his passion…

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Matt

Super Bowl Edition

So as all we Americans know (and as all my international friends at Babson now understand), this past Sunday was “Super Bowl Sunday.”  This post could be about how I’m still reeling about how my beloved Patriots didn’t make it (this didn’t ruin Gronk’s fun, of course), how I can’t believe San Francisco was ONE…

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