Business college 10 miles outside of Boston where there is an average incoming SAT of 1200, named one of the "12 Hot Schools for 2004" by News Week, hotel-like dorm buildings, resort like campus, and probably the best technological advanced campus and learning labs in the country. With a ranking of "Top 50 Undergrad Business Schools in the Country" the acceptance rate is becoming very low.
On the other hand, many girls typically wonder if their next pair of shoes will come from Gucci or Prada, where guys go tanning and pop their collars while thinking there is nothing at all wrong with it. BMWs and Audi's roll around everywhere on campus, with the ocassional 100k+ head turing sports car driven by a weathy, tight jean wearing international student.
Frat life is a joke and no one cares about it's sports teams. Drinking is encouraged on campus through the existence of it's own Pub and registered keg parties in the dorms. While there are many down to earth friendly students, the business nature of the school attracts even more wealthier New Englanders and international students who are only concerned about making enormous amounts of money some day.
A: Where you going to school next year?
B: Hopefully Bentley College, but i can go to Babson or Bryant if i dont get in.
Bentley College is quite possibly one of the most highly under-rated business schools in the nation with an average incoming freshmen SAT of 1220. FAST on the rise and considered to be a “hidden gem.” Founded in Boston as the Bentley School of Accounting and Finance in 1917, it is now ranked 20th in the nation by 2006 US News & World Report for undergraduate accounting. It is also ranked 31st in the nation for undergraduate business programs by 2006 BusinessWeek, nearly tied with Boston University’s school of management and just behind Babson College (29th).
Job recruiting is highly criticized (by non finance/accounting majors) as being too focused on accounting/finance. Big four accounting firms recruit like crazy at Bentley. By senior year, accounting/finance majors can expect to have multiple job offers and to deal with stress in choosing among them.
Person 1 (MA public high school teacher): So have you made up your mind on college plans?
Person 2: I got accepted to Babson College, but I didn't get into Wharton undergrad or Cornell. I know I want to go into accounting or work in corporate finance though. Bentley College seems to have mad connects with the big four accounting firms. My brother is more entrepreneurial so he goes to Babson.
Person 1: Ahh, going into business I see. Congratulations on your acceptance.
Person 2: Thanks.
Bentley College is a business school in Waltham, MA. It is mainly an institution for the advancement of wealthy people. Most students are rich and get in a lot easier than the smaller population that is amazingly talented and got scholarships. The campus is completely lacking in diversity besides maybe the Asian population. Putting whiteout over fresh snow does not compare to the whiteness of Bentley.
More importantly, Bentley discriminates on the basis of talent and money. So if you don't have a good amount of either, you are not currently a Bentley student.
The campus has organizations that were made to give students fun things to do and keeps there little minds busy. People make friends of course, although if a job offering came up, they would happily punch their friend in the face to get it.
About once a semester there is some kind of big fundraiser on campus. These are social events where people joke around and pretend they are helping people. They put on their serious face, and then forget why they cared and go party.
Republicans and Democrats make up the political spectrum at Bentley. These are the people that may have important influence on the political life of this country some day, so they are highly propagandized and told not to think. Oh wait, nobody tells them that, but they do it anyways. Some students are good and decent, but many more students are loud, chauvinistic, competitive, and lazy. There idea of working together is teaming up...
Bentley College is a small, private, upper echelon school where students learn the lesson…
“It’s not what you know, it’s who you know”. Bentley College a prime example of a modern, practical, business education with AMAZING networking perks. In Bentley’s freshman dorms, random roommates often become business partners. Students at Bentley have a great opportunity to learn about the accounting rules of LIFO and FIFO in class- but all Bentley students understand that in the business world, deals are made on golf courses and on yachts.
There are two types of students at Bentley College, filthy rich and driven. The two groups often work together; trust fund students provide capital to the hardworking students and before you know it… you find yourself in a SL 55 AMG in San Paulo with a briefcase full of cash ***ahhhh!!!!
Where rejects from Boston College go, claiming that they would "rather be specialized for business," when really they lack the intelligence to get a well-rounded education.
Two guys went to Bentley College because they were waitlisted at BC, and now give their friend shit for going to BC because it "isn't even in Boston."
Where you have to walk uphill 15 minutes in the pouring rain or blizzard conditions in a suit becasue you have to make a presentation on some company's financial reports. Only to get to class soaking wet and sweaty. Of course your exhausted because you were up all night drinking and playing beer pong. Then when you did try to sleep the fire alarm would go off at 4am or you were woken up by construction outside your window at 7am. Pick your poison.
Bentley College has a Berut Team? Hell yeah, we are national champions.
is one of the best business schools in the country. Where the rich kids go because their daddy's say so and the poor smart kids go to be successful in their poor little lives. Those poor kids teach those up tight rich boys how to pound beers and drink like champions, while the rich kids tell stories about their amazingly rich lives.
person 1: Im gettin hammered at school everyday this week.
person 2: where you go to school? bentley college or something?