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A personal essay is required to apply to the BC MBA Program. You may also submit one additional optional essay with your application. All essays should be limited to 500 words in length, typed in 12-point font, and double-spaced. The essay questions are:
|Program Start Date||Apply By||Receive Decision By|
|August 2020||October 1, 2019||December 11, 2019|
|November 26, 2019||February 12, 2020|
|January 7, 2020*
* International applicants are encouraged to apply by this deadline.
|March 18, 2020|
|March 17, 2020||May 6, 2020|
|April 14, 2020||June 3, 2020|
|May 5, 2020||June 17, 2020|
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Boston College was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1863 and its classes commenced on 5th September, 1864 with 3 teachers and 22 students. The College had its original building in Harrison Avenue in Boston’s South End, before it moved to former Lawrence Farm in Chestnut Hill. The St. Mary’s Hall, Devlin Hall and Bapst Library, which are still an integral part of the campus, came into being in the years 1917, 1924 and 1928 respectively. The College of Business Administration, which is now called Wallace E. Carroll School of Management, saw its inception in 1938. The School acquired its current name due to $10million funding from Wallace E. Carroll of Katy Industries.
The Carroll School of Management educates undergraduates preparing for careers in management, graduate students aspiring to greater responsibilities in a complex global economy and practitioners and executives seeking renewed vision and new skills for that economy. Vigorous teaching and learning, and research that advances business theory and enhances management practice are crucial means to these ends. Our current efforts are a partnership of students, faculty, staff, the business community, and the broader academic community. We seek and value the support and counsel of our alumni and the wider business community. We aspire to be an effective and caring organization for our immediate community, and we strive to direct all our efforts for the service of the many communities-local, national and global-which sustain us.
The MBA program has been designed with carefully sequenced courses that play a crucial role in building a strong foundation in business. Students get exposure to the various functional areas of business and get an understanding of the inter-dependencies of these areas. Students develop business expertise and hone their managerial skills during this two-year program. The compulsory MBA specialization allows the students to acquire in-depth understanding of a functional area of business that they choose to opt. Students can opt for a tailored specialization that specifically addresses their career aspirations. Tailored specialization is a logical set of courses that focus on preparing a student for a specific career. Students can also enroll for concentrations of their choice that are shorter courses focusing on a specific area of business. The diversity of the MBA class facilitates knowledge-sharing through group discussions and team projects. The School believes that a diverse set of students belonging to different professional backgrounds bring varied set of skills to table. This fosters a mutual learning experience and gives an opportunity to the students for personal growth and professional advancement.
The School believes in giving hands-on experience to its students to solve real-world business problems. The School has been a pioneer in Applied Learning initiatives that enable the students to look at a business problem from all angles.
The Curriculum in Investment Research and Management CIRM program is a three course elective for students who want hands-on experience in investment management. Students work in teams for handling the investment portfolios of the university’s endowment and submit their investment proposals to the CIRM Board of Advisors. The Board shortlists the teams and the finalist teams get the opportunity to implement their proposal. This is an invaluable experience for the students who get to respond to the client’s requirements and develop their expertise in investment research, portfolio accounting systems, and trading and settlement procedures.
The International Management Experience IME gives an opportunity for the students to travel to destinations like China, India, France, Germany, etc. and make visits to startups, small scale businesses and multinational companies. Students get the chance to interact with top executives of the companies and government officials, and develop a holistic perspective on the business strategies and principles of management. They observe and explore the ways of conducting business in these countries and the impact of macro-economic factors on the business.
Graduate TechTrek is a field-study course, where students visit the elite tech firms of Silicon Valley, Seattle and New York City and enrich themselves by engaging with Venture Capitalists, CEOs and entrepreneurs on management issues.
The International Consulting Project is an elective course, where students work in teams on consulting projects and come up with value-added solutions. Students travel to countries like China and Peru and present their recommendations to the clients after doing thorough analysis and research.
Warren Buffet & Berkshire Hathaway Field Experience program is a unique course, where students travel to Omaha to meet billionaire investor Warren Buffet and get enriched by his business sense and ethical leadership principles.
The Manager’s Studio is an initiative by the College faculty Bob Radin to bring top executives to the campus in order to enrich the students on topics such as career goals, business challenges, management and leadership. On similar lines is the Boston College’s Chief Executives Club, where world’s-leading CEOs provide insights into topics such as management, leadership and corporate citizenship.
The School is located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Charles River Canoe & Kayak provides splendid outdoor recreational activities like canoeing and kayaking to the visitors. The Hammond Pond reservation offers a serene and tranquil environment for the visitors to take a walk along the scenic trails. The Durant-Kenrick House & Grounds is an awesome attraction for history lovers. Jackson Homestead and Museum is a small, but well-managed museum showcasing an exquisite collection of local history.
The Career Strategies Office works closely with the students to help them accelerate their careers in business and academia. The Office provides an array of programs and services such as career strategy workshops in order to train students on effective job hunt techniques. Students have access to resources that help them draft a winning resume and hone their interview skills, thus assisting them to land into their dream jobs. The Office has a personalized approach towards each student and the focused advising by career coaches helps students in taking crucial decisions of their career. The Information and Networking Session is an excellent opportunity for the students to know everything about a company and make professional contacts. The Office helps students leverage their alumni network many of whom are playing leadership roles in high-profile companies.
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