Study Business in the Heart of Boston

To be a student in Emmanuel College’s School of Business & Management is to pursue bold aspirations and possess an unwavering commitment to excellence.

From State Street Corporation’s founding in 1792 to the business incubators and accelerators powering the industry today, Boston has long been a city where setting the standard and then challenging the status quo is just business as usual.

Here, the Big Four accounting firms Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG are within a two-mile stretch, alongside financial services giants such as Fidelity Investments, Liberty Mutual, MassMutual, John Hancock and JP Morgan. For the ultimate sports fan, careers in sport management include the front offices of hometown heroes the Boston Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins, as well as the New England Patriots and Revolution.

Boston is also the center of the emerging world of financial technology in the areas of payments, cryptotechnology, blockchain and more with game-changing companies such as Toast, EverTrue, Flywire and Circle, as well as a hub for startups who are seeking top talent in areas of business and product development, sales, marketing and management.



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of 2021 grads were employed within 1 year


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Student-run business, the Cardinals' Nest Cafe
Getting Down to Business

Getting Down to Business

Through internships, research and more, our students translate their talents and training into meaningful careers in Boston and beyond.

Top 10 First Employers of School of Business & Management Graduates (Classes 2015-2021)

  1. Boston Children’s Hospital
  2. Enterprise
  3. Fidelity Investments
  4. Boston Red Sox
  5. Brown Brothers Harriman
  6. Samet & Company
  7. Boston University
  8. Ernst & Young
  9. Deloitte
  10. KPMG

The Emmanuel Business Collaborative places interaction between future leaders and the current business environment at its core.

The School of Business & Management welcomes top executives from organizations such as Moderna, the Boston Celtics, Sage Therapeutics and the City of Boston to campus to share their expertise on entrepreneurship, industry trends and corporate responsibility.

Through the Emmanuel Business Collaborative, students participate in original research, business competitions and incubator projects on campus, while also partnering with area businesses for internships, live case studies and mentorship programs.

Learn more about the Emmanuel Business Collaborative

Alaina Martin '22 Takes Five

"All my experiences were extremely valuable, in determining what I want to do and what wasn’t the best fit.”