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Questrom School of Business

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At Boston University Questrom School of Business, innovation really stands for inspiration. We don’t make changes simply for changes’ sake. We enhance the education we provide our students, and revolutionize management practice through our faculty’s research. We believe in sparking innovation that redefines. We design new programs to meet the needs of today—our twelve-month MS in BusinessAnalytics program, recently ranked #22 in the world by QS (#10 in the US), and nine-month MS in Management Studies—provide students with the skills employers seek. The world is changing rapidly—those who don’t change with it will be left behind.

Graduate students choose Boston University’s Questrom School of Business for a dynamic, innovative experience that prepares them for the rapidly evolving and highly competitive business landscape. They believe in Questrom’s mission of creating value for the world, where socially responsible and ethical behavior is an integral part of organizational decisions.

Admission to a Questrom graduate program has become increasingly competitive. The result? Recruiters and organizations find our graduates particularly attractive. Explore our portfolio of graduate programs and feel free to follow up for more information.

Get social! Find out more about Questrom School of Business on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and LinkedIn.

At Boston University Questrom School of Business, innovation really stands for inspiration. We don’t make changes simply for changes’ sake. We enhance the education we provide our students, and revolutionize management practice through our faculty’s research. We believe in sparking innovation that redefines. We design new programs to meet the needs of today—our twelve-month MS in BusinessAnalytics program, recently ranked #22 in the world by QS (#10 in the US), and nine-month MS in Management Studies—provide students with the skills employers seek. The world is changing rapidly—those who don’t change with it will be left behind.

Graduate students choose Boston University’s Questrom School of Business for a dynamic, innovative experience that prepares them for the rapidly evolving and highly competitive business landscape. They believe in Questrom’s mission of creating value for the world, where socially responsible and ethical behavior is an integral part of organizational decisions.

Admission to a Questrom graduate program has become increasingly competitive. The result? Recruiters and organizations find our graduates particularly attractive. Explore our portfolio of graduate programs and feel free to follow up for more information.

Get social! Find out more about Questrom School of Business on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and LinkedIn.

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Admission to Questrom School of Business is becoming increasingly competitive in both the undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Applications are carefully considered and are based on a range of factors, including:
  • High school performance 
  • Standardized test scores
  • Teacher and counsellor recommendations
  •  Personal qualifications
  • Essays

Entry requirements vary between degree programs, and so you will need to visit the school’s website and select the degree program that you’re interested in applying to for specific entry requirements and information on how to apply. Questrom School of Business runs Admissions Events throughout the academic year which is a great way to meet and speak with current students and the admissions team about what studying at the school. Prospective students are also invited to visit the Questrom School of Business campus where campus tours are available all-year round.
Questrom School of Business, located on Commonwealth Avenue in the Rafik B. Hariri Building, which is home to classrooms, a 375-seat lecture hall, computer labs, the Frederick S. Pardee Management Library, team rooms which can be reserved for group work, as well as administrative offices and centers that support and connect our students academically and via programs/activities.
Students also have access to a wide range of outstanding facilities and services, including:
The MBA Center and Master's & PhD Center are the primary hubs for students to view programs, access academic and advising resources. Feld Center for Industry Alliances – assists undergraduate students, postgraduate students as well as Questrom School of Business alumni  to get all the support they need to develop their very own career development strategy
Other services include:
  • Center for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Educational Resource Center
  • International Students & Scholars Office
  • University Service Center
  • Student Health Services
  • Barnes & Noble bookstore
  • Team Learning Assistant

Student life

Campus life at Questrom School of Business is an exciting and diverse experience as students come from all over the world. To get the most out of student life at Questrom School of Business, students have the opportunity to take part in over 50 student clubs and almost 300 academic events each year!
Student accommodation Living on campus is one of the best ways to get a real feel for student life and experience everything that it has to offer. From large dorms, to small dorms, student villages to apartments, there’s something to suit everyone’s needs and interests.
Graduates of every program at Questrom School of Business stand out as builders and leaders, rising rapidly in their careers. They develop the staying power needed in an era when technological advancement drives innovation and competitive advantage—in every department of every organization, in all sectors.
85 percent of the Full-Time MBA Class of 2020 were employed three months after graduating with an average base salary of $107,160.

Alumni Graduates of Questrom School of Business will always be considered part of the school, long after graduating. An incredible 50,000 Questrom and 300,000 Boston University graduates make up what is a truly international alumni network that spans all four corners of the globe.

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We are committed to enrolling qualitatively excellent incoming classes that represent global, ethnic, and demographic diversity. We have 38% women in our two-year program, which ranks among the highest percentages in the country. Most of our students have at least two-years of professional work experience in a myriad of industries and functions. Undergraduate backgrounds vary, with the highest percentage actually coming from the humanities and social science. Our students are active, involved, and eager to learn. They're friendly as a group, but driven. They are the managers and leaders of tomorrow. Learn more about our students: http://management.bu.edu/admissions/life/index.html.
There are several things that make Boston University School of Management unique. The first differentiator is our approach. Our curriculum is built on cross-functional thinking. We teach students to think of the organization as an interconnected whole, where decisions in one area affect results in another. Using collaborative teaching and sharing case studies across several courses at once, our students learn to see that decisions within organizations have multiple audiences and ramifications. The second aspect that differentiates BU from other schools is our specific focus on team learning. Organizations increasingly depend on teams. Thus, team learning is an integral part of this School's educational process. We believe that to be an effective team leader, first you need to understand team dynamics. And that's one of the fundamentals of the School's curriculum. Lastly, our students gain an unprecedented technological mastery. 
For our Two-Year MBA, the next enrollment period is August 2011. We also have a January start date for our Professional Evening MBA – Boston Campus. Deadlines vary by program. Visit http://management.bu.edu/admissions/process/deadlines.html for more information.
After submitting an application, many candidates are invited to interview with us. This is a very important component of the selection process, and we invite as many candidates as possible based on our capacity. We are committed to admitting superior students who will complement each other in our cross-functional, team-learning environment and will continue to support one another long after graduation. We offer in-person interviews both on-campus and in cities around the world. We also offer telephone interviews for applicants who are unable to meet us in person. Learn more about the application process: http://management.bu.edu/admissions/process/index.html
To learn more about the BU MBA and Admissions visit: www.management.bu.edu