Category: admissions

Six Things You Need to Know About Earning Your Part-Time MBA

Each year, working professionals like you commit to balancing the rigor of BC’s part-time MBA with their already busy schedules to earn the promotion they’re seeking, remain marketable in a competitive job industry, or begin making their mark in a new field. If you’re wondering how you can do the same while continuing in your current position, there

Why It Pays to Visit, Even After You Have Applied

If you’ve already submitted your application for BC’s full-time or part-time MBA, you may be wondering what a campus visit can offer in the final stages of your b-school search. Below, we’ll tell you three benefits of visiting—or revisiting—now that you’ve applied. 1. Your perspective is outcomes-focused. Without the weight of admissions requirements on your shoulders,

The Latest MBA Stats That Prove It’s Worth It

If you’re still debating the value of a graduate management degree (even after you’ve taken into account the opinions of program alumni, friends, and colleagues), just look at the numbers. With enough time left to meet our next application deadlines, these statistics prove that the return on investment is significant for MBAs. Seventy-five percent of 159 companies polled plan

Five New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your MBA Candidacy

As we welcome 2016, most of us will also welcome a new list of hopes, plans, or goals for the year ahead. For you, that could mean a highly anticipated admissions decision from the MBA program that topped your list, or it could mean the early stages of the MBA application. Wherever you are in

“Should I Retake the GMAT?”

Despite the number of practice tests taken or hours spent in preparatory courses, sometimes the most prepared candidates feel they underperformed on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Even if you are satisfied with your current score, you might still be wondering what the benefits are, if any, of retaking the exam. Wherever you stand, consider these points

The No. 1 Reason Boston Is the Best B-School City

Whether it means beginning your MBA journey in a new city (like Kevin Barry, BC MBA ’17), or returning to your hometown (like Annie Charlip, BC MBA ’17), our students consistently deem Boston the best city for earning an MBA. When it comes down to the number one reason why, this is it… Industry opportunities.  Economically

Three Things to Look for During Your B-School Campus Visit

Your connection to a b-school and its campus are important components of your success throughout an MBA program and beyond. Here are three things to watch for on campus visits. 1. Collaboration spaces. When you are immersed in a community of students who share a similar desire for learning and professional advancement, discussions, and team projects