Graduate Blog / Tag: MBA

Stephanie Bannister

Babson Breaking Barriers: How Two Students Started a Tradition

Long before the poll results were announced, before our students began to rally behind one another to recover from an election gone wrong, two of our very own were planning an event that would disrupt “business as usual” here on campus – in the best way possible. Flora Ekpe-Idang and Mark Gagliardi, both full-time students…

Lizzie Resker

It’s not too late to prepare your application for Round One!

It’s not too late to prepare and submit your Babson Graduate School application in Round One for our One-Year MBA, Two-Year MBA, Master of Science in Finance and Master of Science in Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership. Need help completing your application in just one week’s time? Stick to this timeline and your application will be…

Cathy Merlo

Graduate CCD Social Media Contest — Like Us on Facebook & Twitter!

Hello Graduate Students!   Hope you’ve had an enjoyable summer.  We not only welcome all the new students who have joined us this week, but also look forward to seeing our returning students.  We already have a number of interesting, fun, and informative events planned for the fall, so it promises to be another busy academic…

Petia Whitmore

Don’t Be a Stranger

So you are considering getting your MBA. You’ve registered on MBA.com. Or not. You may have your GMAT scheduled. Or not. You may even have a list of schools you are considering. What do you do next? One of the things I very distinctly remember from the time I was an MBA candidate, was that…

Petia Whitmore

Eiffel was an entrepreneur!

A quick hello from the Graduate Admissions team, which is currently travelling across the United States and the world to meet with prospective MBA and Masters students. Visit our events page to see where around the globe you can meet us in the coming weeks. And here is a photo from my colleague Jenene Romanucci who…

A Day of Legitimacy

It was one of those days that you’re just not sure how to classify. On one hand, it’s excruciatingly tiring.  You’re up at 7.  You spend 7 hours on the road.  You feed an unreasonable amount of quarters to perpetually expiring meters.  You have 20 emails in your inbox that you can tell, by looking…