Hear and see about Why Babson?, and the delivery of our MBA program in four formats designed to align with a student’s professional and personal demands. Current students and staff from the Graduate Center for Career Development and Admissions are present to answer questions throughout the session.
A great next step after an Information Session, the Visitor Program typically lasts from two to four hours, focused on a particular program format (e.g. Evening) that provides the opportunity to attend a class, speak with current students and faculty, as well as continue conversations with the Admissions team.
Network with Babson students at a luncheon, which takes place typically after a Saturday Information Session. Topics include but are not limited to Babson’s Association of Women MBAs (BAWMBA), a student-run organization that hosts dinners, guest speakers, and forums as well as Babson’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL), an innovative organization that is dedicated to helping women transform aspirations into reality and create social and economic value for themselves and others.