Experiential Learning

The Cutler Center supports the Finance Division’s offering of rigorous, state-of-the-art programs of study in finance at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The faculty’s practical approach to education is enhanced by their experiences in the industry and consulting for a wide range of organizations. The Cutler Center hosts several programs that allow students to develop practical experience while completing their degree. These programs include:

Babson College Fund

Apply to join the two-semester program that allows students the opportunity to manage a portion of the College's endowment.

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CFA Institute Research Challenge

Analyze a local company and write a comprehensive research report.

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Rotman International Trading Competition

Participate in a unique three-day simulated market challenge with competitors from around the world.

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Value Investing Seminar

Virtual Value Investing Seminar

In this two-semester seminar series, hedge fund manager Gary Mishuris, CFA will use a number of readings to discuss the investing philosophies and processes of successful value investors. With Gary’s help, you’ll be able to use these insights to build your own value investing framework. Space is limited and undergraduate and graduate students must apply for this seminar. 



Stock Picking Competition

In honor of the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance's 20th anniversary, sign up to participate in an eight-week stock picking competition. Current students, faculty, and alumni are invited to compete against one another for various cash prizes. Portfolios will be issued $1 million of simulated currency when the competition begins through the platform Wall Street Survivor. 

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Babson Wins Local CFA Institute Research Challenge

The team of Rushi Nagalla '19, Mitchell Troyanovsky '19 Guillermo Vadell '19, and Albert Yun '19 were required to analyze a publicly-traded company, write a comprehensive research report, and then present their research to a group of industry judges. 

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