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Bentley IGSO Gathers Virtually in Celebration of Diwali

By Norma Lobo
November 23, 2020

Diwali, a festival of lights, is celebrated by billions of people across the globe to celebrate new beginnings, the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness.

Typically this celebration features festivities in large family gatherings. Since international students are unable to have an equivalent experience in the current environment, Bentley University's Indian Graduate Students Organization held a virtual Diwali celebration on November 14th to unite the students and celebrate it as community.

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Graduate Marketing Organization Hosts Creativity Workshop

By Aishwarya Pandey
November 20, 2020

"To be creative means to be in love with life. You can be creative only if you love life enough that you want to enhance its beauty, you want to bring a little more music to it, a little more poetry to it, a little more dance to it."

― Osho

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Scholarship Opportunities & Recommendations to Fund Your Education

By Andy Crawford
November 18, 2020

MBA.com reported that 51% of their total registrants have reservations about applying to business school due large in part to tuition costs. One major piece of advice I can give for prospective students interested in Bentley University's graduate programs is to not let the sticker price deter you from applying. In this blog you can find information on scholarship opportunities and helpful recommendations on ways you can fund your education.

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Professor Bill Gribbons Discusses Google & App Design Globalization

By Jialei Xi
November 17, 2020

Professor Bill Gribbons, Program Director of Bentley University’s MS Human Factors Information Design program, was featured in a recent Wall Street Journal article 'Google Rethinks App Design for Internet Novices.’

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Bentley Partners with Boston Chapter of the American Statistical Association at Research Symposium

By Jialei Xi
November 11, 2020

On November 7, the Boston Chapter of the American Statistical Association, in cooperation with the Bentley University, Boston University, and Tufts Student Chapters, held a virtual Student Research Symposium in Statistics and Data Science. This was an excellent opportunity for our students learning in this field to present their research and discuss with peers and faculty from various New England institutions. 

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Graduate Career Development Hosts Career Conversations Networking Event

By Andy Crawford
November 4, 2020

Bentley University's Graduate Career Development team just recently hosted their largest fall networking event, welcoming hundreds of graduate students to network virtually with professional recruiters and alumni. Companies represented included Dell Technologies, Google, Microsoft, Fidelity, PwC, and more.

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Confidence, Clarity and a New Career

By Kristen Walsh
November 2, 2020

In 2018, Samantha Lee MST ‘19 was doing well as a tax consultant at a Big 4 accounting firm in Stamford, Connecticut. Her job was both rewarding and challenging. Many colleagues became friends. She took advantage of firm’s initiatives like community volunteer events and mentoring workshops. Life was good; but Lee still felt like it was time for a career reset.

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My Bentley Graduate Student Experience During COVID-19

By Jialei Xi
October 30, 2020

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Top Reasons to Submit Your Application Early

By Andy Crawford
October 19, 2020

Our November 1st Round 1 deadline to enroll beginning Fall 2021 is fast approaching! As you explore graduate programs and select your program of choice, listed below are top reasons to consider meeting early deadlines for admission:

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Tips to Make the Most Out of Your Virtual Open House Visit

By Alyssa Orlando
October 15, 2020

Next week, we’ll welcome over 500 prospective students to our first fully-virtual Graduate Open House! As the team lead spearheading planning, I know that our faculty, staff, and current students are excited to meet you and show you how a Bentley graduate education can transform your life.

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