Here, experiential education programs give you unparalleled opportunities to gain real-world experience, build new skills for living and working in a global community, and develop fresh insights into diverse people.
Through our corporate partnerships, you’ll put your classroom knowledge to work tackling current issues for leaders in industries as diverse as finance, education, government, retail and technology. Working hand in hand with business executives in our Center for Marketing Technology, you’ll develop holistic business plans and sophisticated strategies that you’ll present directly to organizational leaders.
Our past corporate partners have included:
- Ford Motor Company
- McLean Hospital
- National Braille Press
- Rue La La
More than 90 percent of undergrads participate in at least one professional internship during their time at Bentley through our Office of Undergraduate Career Services. Our Career Services Office also helps students find externships, which are experiential learning opportunities and short practical experiences in the potential field of study, which typically lead to internships for our students. Our relationships with leading employers and close proximity to Boston mean that you’ll have access to some of the world’s top companies. You may even meet your future employer on the job — many students have landed full-time positions as a direct result of their internships.
Our students have interned at organizations like:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
- Boston Celtics
- Cannes Film Festival
- CBS News
- Dunkin’ Brands
- Ernst & Young
- Morgan Stanley
- MTV Networks
- New England Patriots
- State Street
- Stride Rite
- TJX Companies
Take part in projects serving our community partners through the Bentley Service–Learning Center. These experiential learning opportunities allow you to put your burgeoning business skills to work, while helping the members of our community who need it the most.
Your options include:
- Embedded courses: Built into the curriculum, these projects combine course material with community service
- Fourth-credit option: Earn an extra academic credit by completing a service-learning project
- International programs: Combine service-learning with immersion in a new culture at partner institutes in Australia, Italy, Ireland and the United Kingdom
There’s no better way to learn about the global economy than to become part of it. Get started by studying abroad in one of more than 30 countries through programs offered by the Cronin Office of International Education. Few opportunities are as packed with opportunities for personal development, intellectual growth and deep cultural engagement. Programs run from one week to a single semester to a full academic year.
Countries you can choose from include:
- South Africa