Graduate Experiential Learning
Partner Organization Experiential Learning (EL) Invitation to Collaborate
Babson offers several great ways to engage. In all of these ways, you offer an invaluable benefit to these students with insights, perspective, and guidance, and we truly appreciate our partner organizations in helping us deliver a unique experience for our students. Through our academic pedagogy of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®, our students are prepared to make a difference from day one.
Experiential Learning programs at Babson connect partner organizations with teams of four to seven MBA students. Under the direction of a faculty advisor, students have the opportunity to leverage Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®, critical thinking, problem solving, and teamwork skills to tackle real challenges, in real organizations, in real time.
Babson Consulting Alliance Program (BCAP)
This 14-week project offering is a highlight of the first-year core MBA curriculum. Teams work in collaboration with a partner organization and an assigned BCAP faculty advisor to analyze a real-time organizational opportunity and create value-added solutions.
Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE)
Offered to students in both a seven- and 14-week timeline, this elective course is available to all four MBA programs throughout various times of the year. Teams work in collaboration with a partner organization and assigned MCFE faculty advisor to analyze a real-time organizational opportunity and create value-added solutions.
Global Connections through Technology (GCTT)
This seven-week project offering is a core course in all four MBA programs and is a collaborative partnership between the graduate students and a startup company or small- to medium-sized organization in need of technology solutions.
Connect with Us
With a variety of course offerings scheduled during the academic year, we are continuously recruiting for student consulting projects. The Office of Experiential Learning will work with your organization to assist in developing a project scope, and guide you through the process.
For more information, email the Office of Experiential Learning or call 781-239-6149.