Category Archives: Darden Community

Plan Your Interview Visit to Charlottesville

We have recently started inviting Round 1 MBA applicants to interview with Darden and will continue releasing interview invitations through 17 December. Applicants who live and work in the United States are required to interview in Charlottesville, and we encourage you to take … Continue reading

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Refreshing First Coffee: A Sustainability Project at Darden

The University of Virginia Darden School of Business offers over 100 elective courses in our academic curriculum. In addition to these electives, you can pursue independent study projects. Popular projects include writing a business case with faculty and improving the School through … Continue reading

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CEO of Save the Children Carolyn Miles (MBA ’88): From Veterinarian to Non-Profit Leader

The Forté Foundation is a partnership between leading companies and top business schools working together to increase women’s access to education and business networks, as well as motivate young women to pursue leadership positions.
Forté recently featured Darden alumna Carolyn Miles (MBA ’88) in their Women … Continue reading

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Social Impact Around the World With Global Consulting Projects

Global Field Experiences (GFEs) are MBA electives that give students the opportunity to provide consulting services to an international company or organization.
This year’s Global Field Experiences will be offered in Kathmandu, Manila, Nigeria, Hanoi, Amsterdam, Shandong, Thohoyandou, Stockholm and a globally focused experience … Continue reading

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Meet the 2014-2015 Darden Student Bloggers

Learn about life in business school through the Darden Student and Partner Blogs. Follow 17 students and partners as they write about student life, recruiting, hot topics in business, living in Charlottesville and more.
Darden Student Blogs

Amy Appleby
Hometown: London, United Kingdom … Continue reading

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2014 Leadership Speaker Series

Each year, Darden invites high-level executives and C-suite business leaders hailing from industries such as healthcare, food and beverage, and luxury goods to discuss their approaches to leading in organizations.  Past speakers have included executives from Google, Whole Foods, MasterCard, Electronic … Continue reading

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The Darden MBA Class of 2016 Profile

Darden is excited to welcome 417 students to the MBA, MBA for Executives (EMBA) and Global MBA for Executives (GEMBA) Class of 2016.
The full-time MBA class — which is 32 percent women and has more Hispanic students than any previous class — includes … Continue reading

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Darden Ranked Among Best Business Schools for Hispanics

Darden ranks No. 7 among the 2014 Best Business Schools for Hispanics, according to HispanicBusiness.com. Rankings criteria includes Hispanic postgraduate enrollment, number of Hispanic faculty members and programs that attract and retain Hispanic students.
The Darden School is an official university … Continue reading

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Darden Students Tackle Education Challenges in Summer Internships

This summer, Darden students Rafe Steinhauer, Kat O’Neill and Gaines Johnson are interning at mission-driven organizations focused on Education. The three students are enrolled in the MBA/Master of Education dual-degree program “Innovation in Education Reform.”
This summer they are doing education internships at:

Building Excellent Schools, … Continue reading

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Attend a Women’s MBA Event in a City Near You

The Darden School of Business is partnering with several top business schools to host admissions events in several cities. Learn about the benefits of an MBA from a diverse panel of recent alumnae. Following the panel, you will be able … Continue reading

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