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MBA Program Student Life - Clubs, Competitions, and More

Student Life

Student Experience

From the moment you begin your MBA studies, the Office of Academic Affairs and Student Experience will be ready to help you learn more about - and gain access to - resources for:

  • Selecting courses and mapping out your course plan
  • Finding housing near campus or in the greater Boston area
  • Taking part in social and career networking events
  • Handling academic, career, or personal issues
  • Assisting with mobility, visual, hearing, medical, psychological, or learning disabilities 

Leadership Fellows

As an incoming MBA student, you will be supported by a dedicated Brandeis IBS Leadership Fellow – a second-year Brandeis IBS student who will be available throughout your first year to:

  • Help you find housing
  • Help you set up a local bank account, phone, Internet and cable service, and more
  • Invite you to dinners and other social gatherings, both on campus and in the Waltham and Boston areas
  • Share tips for good study habits
  • Provide insights into internship and job searches

Clubs and Competitions

MBA students are active participants and visible leaders on the Brandeis IBS campus. You’ll be invited to participate alongside your MBA classmates, as well as students from other Brandeis IBS programs, in clubs and competitions including:

MBA Global Connections

In addition to a global network of over 3,000 alumni – who are readily sharing their time, insights, and professional network connections with current students, you can expect to:

  • Learn, live, and collaborate with students from more than 40 countries
  • Explore numerous opportunities for summer internships abroad
  • Have the opportunity to spend a semester in any of 15 countries – immersed in language, history, and cultural learning, as well as marketing and business studies