The 20 Carroll School MBA students knew they’d learn something about investing when they touched down in Omaha last month. How could they not? They were slated to spend the next morning with the Warren Buffett. Read more about the most memorable takeaways from the trip in the latest edition of the Carroll Connection. Through this highly selective program, MBA
Steve Walsh, BC MBA ’16, enrolled in the BC MBA program knowing more about management than some of his professors—but nearly nothing about business. He learned to manage as an officer in the U.S. Navy. He’d been deployed several times around Africa and had commanded as many as 40 sailors, including some who were nearly
Victoria Nguyen, BC MBA ’16, moved to Boston from California in search of a new environment and a top-tier business school with Jesuit values. She found all that and more at the Boston College Carroll School of Management. Why an MBA? After college I worked in the healthy living and healthcare industries—two years for a
Akshay Joshi, BC MBA ’16, is the sort of worldly student who’s increasingly drawn to the Boston College Carroll School of Management. Born in India, he was raised in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, and is heading to New York for a job on Wall Street with Houlihan Lokey, an investment bank. Thanks to his
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.
Whether you were recently accepted to the Boston College full-time or part-time MBA Program, or are just beginning your b-school search, you’ll soon find that your work history is more than just an application requirement. As a BC MBA student, you’ll leverage your work experience to maximize your MBA curriculum in the following ways. Your work history will… Influence your discussions. Both full-time
After receiving several business school acceptances, you may have found that the question of where to earn your graduate management degree hasn’t been immediately obvious. If you’re on the fence about your final b-school decision, these three considerations can help. 1. Location. In addition to the campus, environment, and b-school facilities, your focus should be on the professional