Global business leader, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and humanitarian advocate Denis O’Brien, who received an MBA from Boston College in 1982, has generously created the Denis O’Brien Fellowship at the University. Irish citizens who matriculate in the Carroll School of Management’s full-time MBA program may qualify for the Denis O’Brien Fellowship.
Candidates for the fellowship must be Irish citizens whose academic, professional, and other accomplishments reflect the high professional and personal standards of Mr. O’Brien, one of Ireland’s most prominent entrepreneurial and philanthropic leaders.
The O’Brien Fellowship will cover the full cost of attendance, including tuition, fees, books, and living expenses for two years (or the duration of the MBA program), as well as international travel. Eligible candidates will receive consideration for the fellowship during the initial application review by the Admissions Committee.
Please note: We are currently reviewing details of the O’Brien Fellowship and are not accepting applications for the 2019-20 academic year at this time. Please check this page for the latest updates about the fellowship.
The Carroll School of Management seeks to enroll a diverse class of bright and creative future business leaders. We seek candidates who are driven to make an impact in business and society.
In evaluating applications for consideration for the Denis O’Brien Fellowship, Dean Andy Boynton and members of the MBA Admissions Committee look for academic excellence, strong work experience, and outstanding potential for leadership. Courses in business administration or management are not required, but students are expected to be proficient in communication skills and mathematics.
Boston College welcomes applications from graduates of accredited colleges and universities. Please submit the online application for admission, together with the following materials:
A class profile of a recent BC MBA Class can be found on the BC website. This profile includes data on both the applicant pool and enrolling class, including academic measures, professional profile, and diversity.