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Johanna Beers

5 Tips for Nailing Your Graduate School Essay

When applying for graduate school, the essay is a great way to stand out from the rest of the applicants. Johanna Beers, associate director of Graduate Admissions, at Babson College gives an insider perspective on what makes a graduate school essay that will set you apart. Find your story In the application process, the essay…

Cara Hebard

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…

jcarbone

The new application is live (and an updated essay too)!

For those of you applying for a program in spring, summer, or fall of 2018, our application is live!  We released a new application on Monday as well as a new essay topic. For those of you applying to our working professional’s programs for Fall 2018, don’t worry. The application may look a little different…

Colleen Hynes

Your Graduate Application: Do’s and Don’ts

Before you begin your Babson graduate application, I wanted to share some Do’s and Don’ts on how to make your application as competitive as possible. Recommendation Letters Do… ask colleagues with whom you collaborative regularly for their recommendations. It’s ideal to have at least one recommendation letter come from a current or former supervisor, but…

Jay Robie

2017 Spring Graduate Career Fair Set To Sail!

Still hunting for that perfect job or summer internship?  The Graduate CCD office at Babson is excited to announce its 5th annual Spring Graduate Career Fair in Knight Auditorium on Tuesday, April 4th from 2:00-4:00 p.m. If past years are any indication, this year’s event will be a great platform to learn about exciting opportunities…

jcarbone

Dean Lamb Welcomes New Graduate Students in India and Thailand

My colleague, Kathy Smith, who plans many of our events on campus and around the globe, reports back on Dean Lamb’s recent events below. En route to this weekend’s Babson Connect Worldwide 2017 in Bangkok, Will Lamb, Dean of the F.W. Olin School of Business, stopped for a few dinners.  He wasn’t just sampling the delicious…

Johanna Beers

Babson India Trip 2017 – Melissa Altarejos MBA ’17

As part of my two-year MBA experience, my classmates and I went on what seems to be now, a traditional, annual India trip for the second-year students at Babson. This is the second year running that Babson students have done an India trip. Seventy people (that’s right 7-0) and seventeen days full of laughter, bellies…

Ken Mattsson

Make Sure Your Family Knows When You’re Getting Your Diploma!

Hello Graduating Graduate Students! Cathy Merlo, Senior Associate Director and Ken Mattsson, Associate Director, both of the Graduate Center for Career Development, will be the name readers for the F.W. Olin Graduate School Commencement on Saturday, May 20, 2017. We want to make sure that we pronounce your names correctly so that you family and friends will recognize…

Cara Hebard

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…

Stephanie Bannister

Babson Abroad: The Value of International Travel

Traveling abroad was an important factor when I was choosing an MBA program. If the school didn’t offer some sort of international experience, it was taken off of my list. You hear it all the time: Companies want globally-minded candidates. We’re in an international economy; our businesses can no longer effectively operate in a local…