Babson Experience

Visiting Student Programs

Visiting Students are welcome at Babson, either for a summer program or for the whole year.

High School Students

Babson’s Summer Study for High School Students allows high school students to use the summer to advance their knowledge of business and entrepreneurship and understand how to make a difference in the world. Students become part of a collaborative collegiate community that works together to gain the tools and hands-on experience to impact and reshape organizations, industries, and the world while practicing Babson’s unique method of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® before even applying to college.

Foundations for the Future is a transformational, weeklong summer program that allows parents and their teenager to build their relationship while experiencing Babson’s one-of-a-kind Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (ET&A™) methodology together. The program gives a better understanding of career pathways in business, enables insights into each other’s strengths and capabilities, and shows how entrepreneurial thinking can be used to succeed in both business and in life.

College Students

Summer session at Babson provide college students with the opportunity to work with Babson faculty and staff in an even more personal and accessible environment. Babson in the summer is not much different than any other semester. Learning concepts such as integrated curricula, cross-functional team teaching, and practical experience are all emphasized. Now, you get to enjoy some additional unique benefits—and the New England summer weather and culture!

Nondegree-Seeking Graduate Students

Graduate students currently in good academic standing and actively pursuing a graduate degree at another accredited academic institution are encouraged to spend one or more semesters at Babson as a Visiting Student. A Visiting Student cannot earn a graduate degree from Babson College, and admission to Babson College as a Visiting Student does not guarantee admission to the Graduate School. Learn more »