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Innovating the Financial Services Industry

A Babson MBA gives you a strong business foundation and the entrepreneurial mindset needed to overcome obstacles and create opportunities in financial services organizations of all types and sizes.

Close ties to the business community allow Babson to deliver an intellectually rigorous finance program that develops your competencies in financial tools and analysis, prepares you to lead with sound decisions, and provides the connections you need to build your network in the financial services industry. With a concentration in Finance, plus our focus on experiential learning, you’ll work on real-world business projects in real-time alongside finance faculty members who hold doctorates from top business schools and financial services leaders from across industries.

"Babson’s innovative finance program integrates practical analytical techniques with creative analysis and assessment abilities. Our engaged faculty uses their academic and applied backgrounds to develop students’ financial expertise for industry success."
– Michael A. Goldstein, Ph.D.
    Donald P. Babson Chair in Applied Investments
    Professor of Finance

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A Babson MBA gives you the chance to build your research and portfolio management skills through hands-on experiences before you even graduate. The Cutler Center oversees the Babson College Fund, a portion of the Babson College endowment that is invested by students—and has topped the S&P 500 the past five years. The center also hosts finance-specific executive industry panels and supports the student-run Babson Investment Management Association (BIMA).

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Timothy Ryan ’88Data noted on this page reflects the full-time graduating class of 2013.

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15 percent joined the Financial Services Industry

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Representative Employers - Brown Brothers Harriman, Columbia Management, Credit Suisse, Fidelity, Liberty Mutual, New Delta Partners, Sovereign/Santander, State Street, Visa, World Business Capital