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Entrepreneurship

More than any other school in the world, Babson provides MBA students with the proven tools, real-world perspectives, and the focused knowledge required to become successful entrepreneurs.

 

With more than a dozen student-run entrepreneurship organizations and forums, guest speakers who lead some of the world’s most successful ventures, and a culture that is devoted to expanding the practice of Entrepreneurship of All Kinds™, Babson is a dynamic hub for entrepreneurs. Our innovative curriculum builds the foundation in the classroom while our Center for Entrepreneurship enhances your preparation for the various paths of the entrepreneur: Joining the family business, starting a new venture, owning a franchise, or buying a business.

Extending far beyond the classroom, Babson’s MBA program provides countless opportunities to put your entrepreneurial ideas into action:

  • Access innovative cocurricular programs and global collaborative research initiatives that inspire and inform Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® at The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship.
  • Learn to live entrepreneurship with the Butler Venture Accelerator Program that supports student entrepreneurial businesses across every startup phase—from opportunity exploration and action plan to ultimate launch.
  • Pitch your business idea to a large audience of students, faculty, entrepreneurs, investors, and service providers—all in three minutes or less—at our annual Rocket Pitch.
  • Hear from some of the world’s most successful, innovative entrepreneurs at our annual student-run Babson Entrepreneurship Forum.
  • Connect with area resources, such as Mass Challenge, that foster assistance and support for early-stage entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurship of All Kinds: Eric Hudson

 
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17% started a business

Data noted on this page reflect the full-time graduating class of 2013.

Babson College is a living/learning laboratory focused on applying and advancing Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® globally, identifying or creating opportunities, building a team and acquiring resources to create a new initiative that creates social and economic value.”

– Candida Brush
Chair, Entrepreneurship Division