When you sit down to craft your admissions application, think about it like we do, holistically. You want to make sure that each element of your application flows and represents you. With that in mind, here are some tips from the admissions committee on how to prepare the strongest application.
As an early career professional, you may be aware of the outstanding value to be gained from a full-time or part-time MBA. What you may not know are the five key steps to take before you apply, and how each may impact your timeline for entering an MBA program.
You're sold on the value of an MBA, but can't decide whether to pursue a full-time or part-time program. Sound familiar? Ask yourself these questions to determine which program matches your career aspirations and meets your personal needs.
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions Jackie Brockmyre provides admissions tips and graduate program highlights.
Samir Jaluria (BC MBA ’11), Strategy and Operations Consultant at Slalom in San Francisco, recounts his MBA experience at Boston College.
Frank McCarthy (MBA ’21), incoming president of the Graduate Management Associate, provides an overview of the graduate student organization at the Carroll School of Management.
You’ve noted your educational background, provided your work experience, and shared your test scores. Next comes the essay. Essays offer applicants a unique opportunity to make an impression. What you say and how you present it conveys to admissions officers your personality, ambition, and diligence—so make it a great read. Here are five tips to
Here a few points we’re looking for when it comes to these Boston College-specific essay questions. Required Essay: Please discuss how you plan to achieve your short and long term career goals following graduation from Boston College. What challenges will you face and how will you leverage your academic and professional experiences to achieve these
Current student Patrick McCann talks about his experiences in the MSA program at Boston College.
Current student Jonghyun John Lee talks about his experiences in the MSF program at Boston College.