|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Large suburb|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Master's|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
|School Colors:||Green and white|
Babson College educates men and women to be entrepreneurial leaders in a rapidly changing world. We prepare them to identify opportunities and initiate actions that result in genuine accomplishment.
Our innovative curricula challenge students to think creatively and across disciplinary boundaries. We cultivate the willingness to take and manage risk, the ability to energize others toward a goal, and the courage to act responsibly.
Our students appreciate that leadership requires technical knowledge as well as a spohisticated understanding of societies, cultures, institutions, and the self. They welcome the challenge of learning continuously and taking responsibility for their careers. Our students will be key contributors in the world's established enterprises as well as emerging ventures.
At Babson, we collaborate across disciplines and functions to create knowledge and apply integrative solutions to complex problems. We reach across institutional and geographic boundaries to forge relationships
Babson attracts a lot of students from different parts of the country, as well as from different parts of the world. My first roommate is from Texas and the second is from Connecticut. The roommate that I had before that was from Pennsylvania. Just in my hall, there are girls from China, India, Korea, California, etc. I enjoy being in the Babson atmosphere, where everyone doesn't mind saying hi to everyone else.Read More
Close enough to the city where you can get a shuttle from the campus to the 'T and be there within 20 minutes. You would not have the distractions of the city, unless you want to go look for it. Class is from Monday through Thursday, so you have long weekends. I have already met most of the athletes on the track team and they are very friendly. I hear that many professors work on projects with students out in the field. Some students even dine with professors at their homes, especially around the holidays.Read More