How to Choose One Reference for Your MBA Application

The BC MBA application requires a single recommendation. For our advice on choosing one powerful reference, read on. Your reference should: Fit the school’s requirements. While the specifics may vary across programs, BC asks that your reference be someone who can attest to your capacity for rigorous graduate study and overall leadership potential. Know you and

Your Future Alumni Network

At the Carroll School of Management, one of our greatest sources of pride is our graduates’ fierce loyalty and continued commitment to Boston College, year after year. Because they stay connected to us, we can connect them to you—on matters of admission, internships, post-MBA employment, and more. If BC is on your list of MBA

Snapshot of a BC MBA: Where are they now?

From CEOs and business consultants to brand managers and marketing analytics associates, Carroll School of Management alums are leaders in business and beyond. That’s because BC MBA students are equipped with the soft and hard skills—time management, effective communication, critical thinking, and strategy and innovation—that employers across all industries expect and demand. To find out

Q&A with BC MBA Student, Kevin Harvey

[UPDATE 10.13.2016:] Since the publication of this post, Kevin has moved to Liberty Mutual Insurance and is now working as a Business Systems Analyst. To truly help you truly understand the feasibility and value of earning your MBA as a working professional, we asked a second-year part-time MBA student to share his thoughts on the program. Kevin Harvey

Applied Learning at BC: The Consulting Project

As part of our emphasis on applied learning, Boston College’s MBA students participate in active partnerships with external clients in their second semester. Under the direction of faculty advisor, Scott McDermott, and second-year student consultants, teams of students meet with clients to address symptoms and root causes of problems, define scopes, and develop plans to resolve

Three Tips for Standing Out as an MBA Candidate

As an MBA applicant, you may have already visited one of our classes, attended an information reception, or spoken with an admissions officer—all of which help you learn more about Boston College’s full-time and part-time MBA Programs, while showing us that you’re interested. But to demonstrate a higher level of research and thoughtfulness in the application process, we

An Inside Look at the Career Development Office

As the job market continues to show improvement, more employers are seeking MBA candidates. The Carroll School of Management is currently trending ahead of last year in both the percentage of students who have received internship and job offers, and those who have accepted. If Boston College is a forerunner on your list of b-schools,