Companies Offering Tuition Reimbursement for Your MBA

If financing your part-time MBA is a concern, consider this unique benefit: as a working professional, you’ll have a steady income and the possibility of receiving tuition reimbursement from your employer. According to lists compiled by Business Insider, CNBC, and the Balance,  there are a host of companies that help employees finance their MBA in the form of generous tuition reimbursement plans. With

Saleh Chowdhury, MBA ’17, On Preparing for Post MBA Employment

Saleh Chowdhury, MBA ’17, shares his experience at the Carroll School of Management and how the BC MBA helped him land a job at Amazon Web Services after graduation. He describes the most challenging aspects of searching for a job, how he prepared for his interviews, and why adaptability is key to success. Where are you headed

Jackie Piette, MBA ’17, On Why She Chose an MBA to Change Careers

From Lighting Technical Director in the film industry to joining Zappos.com’s MBA Development Program in Las Vegas, Jackie Piette, MBA ’17, details how her MBA at Boston College landed her a position in the booming e-commerce industry. She shares why she chose to pursue an MBA to change careers, what courses helped her secure the

Best Podcasts to Listen to for Business

Whether you are embarking on your own MBA program this fall or just looking to stay updated on the ever-evolving world of business, podcasts are quickly becoming an easy and convenient way to do so. Our Admissions Team is excited to share an updated version of our last podcasts post with some classics, as well as

Sarah Klopfer, MBA ’16, On Making the Most of Her BC MBA

Many are attracted to Boston College’s extensive opportunities across academics, experiential learning, and student life. But as students begin their journeys, many wonder: How can I get the most out of my BC MBA? As with everything in life, the BC experience is a result of what our students make of the resources and the community unique

Sairah Mahmud, BC MBA ’18: Classics Major Goes Rogue

By Sairah Mahmud, MBA ’18 It’s fair to say that until fairly recently I never thought I would pursue an MBA. First of all, I was a Classics Major at Tufts – not exactly a natural segue to business. One could argue there’s a lot to learn by reading the poetry of Catullus, but it