At the cornerstone of teamwork is the collection of varying viewpoints, and at the Questrom we pride ourselves on our diverse student body who enrich our community with their distinct perspectives.
Students from the graduate full and part-time programs hail from more than 41 nations around the globe, providing a classroom environment conducive to experiencing an extensive exchange of ideas.
Questrom Graduate & Doctoral Students by Numbers (2017)
myQuestrom Student Groups
In our community-focused culture, you’ll find a number of resources and initiatives to shape your ideas, foster your learning and facilitate cultural exchange. Take a look at some of them:
Questrom Diversity and Inclusion Conference
Questrom’s Diversity & Inclusion Conference is an annual event that that focuses on diversity as a business advantage, bringing together the Boston University community, industry leaders, and graduate students to share their perspectives on diversity in business. This conference is a collective effort from multiple student-run graduate clubs: Asia Business Club, Cohort Q, Leadership & Organizational Transformation Club, Latin America MBA Association, Net Impact Club, Public & Nonprofit Club, Questrom Graduate Students of the African Diaspora, and Women’s MBA Association.
Asian Business Club
The Asian Business Club is an MBA student-run organization at Boston University which provides an environment for those interested in the Asian business community to network and socialize with others of similar interests. The club strives to provide a forum for discussion about business relevant to all regions of Asia.
Cohort Q is the LGBTQ student organization for the Boston University Questrom School of Business graduate programs. They aim to connect LGBTQ students and allies by providing networking and social opportunities, a forum to discuss LGBTQ issues in the workplace, and a community of support for LGBTQ students.
Graduate Students of African Diaspora
The Questrom Graduate Students of the African Diaspora (GSAD) is an all-inclusive group open to all graduate students. The club aims to bring representation to Questrom graduate students of African ancestry. GSAD promotes cultural diversity, provides networking opportunities, job and career advice and serves as a forum for students from the African diaspora.
Latin American MBA Association
The Latin American MBA Association (LAMBA) collaborates with students and encourages US and Latin American business people to create a network for the purpose of sharing knowledge and building long-term relationships. It also provides information about employment and internship opportunities available both domestically and abroad. LAMBA supports these efforts via educational forums, networking events and cultural exchanges inspired by Latin American culture.
Questrom Veterans Club
The Questrom Veterans Club is aimed at creating support and camaraderie for Questrom student-veterans. Through networking events, volunteer work and awareness raising events, the club will help our student-veterans connect with the greater veteran community of Boston and enhance their time at as a student at Questrom.
Women’s MBA Association
The largest resource dedicated specifically to women at Questrom, this student-led group provides career guidance and support to women. Many of their events bring together successful Questrom alumnae, and though the events are focused on female empowerment, everyone is encouraged to attend.
Other Questrom Student Clubs
Student-run organizations are at the core of our graduate program experience and give students a chance to collaborate, learn from each other and nurture their strengths. These organizations give students a platform to interact with the Boston University community, alumni, industry and among themselves. Take a look at our student clubs and organizations and learn about their activities.
Women in Leadership
At Questrom, women are encouraged to be go-getters from the start. Our faculty, staff, resources, clubs, and events empower women to be fearless in their professional pursuits. You’ll thrive in a supportive and inclusive community while learning from successful leaders and enriching your world by listening to others.
Questrom Women’s Summit
Bringing together women of all ages and experience, this annual summit is an occasion for BU faculty, alumnae, students, and distinguished speakers
to share the room and build long-lasting relationships.
Women in Leadership Speaker Series
This series showcases successful Questrom alumnae as they share their leadership journeys and lend advice to current students. Recent speakers include Yvonne Garcia (MBA’03), State Street Senior VP and one of Fortune’s 50 most powerful Latinas, and Julien McCluney (BSBA’02, MBA’09), U.S. Director of Marketing at Hasbro.
Graduate Assistants for Diversity & Inclusion
MBA, Social Impact
Class of 2021
Class of 2021
Get in touch with us at myQuestrom@bu.edu.