Questrom School of Business
Boston University Questrom School of Business
Graduate Admissions Office, Suite 110
Rafik B. Hariri Building
595 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
MBA Degree Programs
• Two Year Full-Time MBA
• Professional Evening MBA
• Public & Nonprofit MBA
• Health Sector MBA
• MBA/MS in Digital Innovation
• In addition, we offer nine dual degrees and multiple electives in partnership with BU’s other 13 graduate schools so you tailor your degree to your goals.
• Boston University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
• The Questrom School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
• The Health Sector Management MBA program at the Questrom School of Business is a CAHME accredited program.
The Graduate Admissions Office promises that you will have a thoughtful and timely response to your completed application. We are here to provide you with support during the admissions process, and to make the experience as transparent as possible while maintaining your privacy. The admission process can vary by program. Please see the application checklist to ensure you have completed all necessary components.
We’ll review your application when you have submitted all of the following materials:
• Online Application Form
• Application fee ($125) – waived for all active members and veterans of the military
• Three video essays
• Current résumé
• 2 Letters of Recommendation
• Official University-Level Transcripts
• GMAT Results or GRE Results
Boston University Questrom School of Business offers an array of merit based scholarships to candidates entering the Full Time MBA program. All candidates who apply to the program are considered for scholarship and will be notified at the time of admission. For the incoming class of 2015, 90% of the incoming class received some form of merit based scholarship with the average award exceeding $25,000. For the most up to date information on tuition rates, please see the tuition section on our website.
Learning Environment for Students
The MBA programs at Boston University Questrom School of Business are shaped by innovative curricula taught by distinguished faculty who are leaders in their fields. We are a collaborative program with a teaming focus with programs that are easily customizable to meet your needs to ensure that your MBA experience is tailored to your post MBA goals. Our community is made up of active, driven, and involved students. They come here for a different kind of education and are seeking an experience that prepares them for the rapidly evolving, hotly competitive business landscape; not business as usual. They buy into our mission of creating value for the world, where socially responsible and ethical behavior is an integral part of organizational decisions.
• In March of 2015, the Boston University School of Management was renamed the Questrom School of Business through a generous gift from Allen (Questrom ’64) and Kelli Questrom. This gift endowed 10 new professorships and enable planning to establish a new graduate program facility.
• The Harry Susilo Institute for Ethics in a Global Economy was established in 2015 through a generous endowment in perpetuity from BU alumni parent and Indonesian businessman Harry Susilo. As the Questrom School’s first permanently endowed institute, the Susilo Institute is distinct in its locus at the intersection of ethics, economics and global culture.
• Boston University’s Full-Time MBA Program was ranked 43rd overall of all US AACSB accredited programs by U.S. News & World Report 2015
• Boston University’s Professional Evening MBA Program was ranked 1st in Boston and 35th in US by U.S. News & World Report 2015
• Boston University’s Health Sector MBA was ranked 17th among Health Care Management Programs by U.S. News & World Report 2015
• Boston University’s Full-Time MBA Program was ranked 40th in US and 61st in world by The Economist, 2015
• Boston University’s MBA program was ranked 22nd Social Impact Program in the “Business as UNunsual” released by Net Impact