Featured Student Blog: Some Thoughts on How to Choose an MBA Program

In a recent student blog post, Shaheli Guha, MBA Class of 2014, leverages her consulting expertise by providing her own framework on how prospective students should decide which school to choose in their MBA search. Questions she raises include:

  • Will it help you achieve your career goal?
  • Is it geographically where you want to be?
  • Is it a good “fit”?

Darden’s MBA class size of approximately 320 students and our collaborative learning environment facilitate a tight-knit community that enables you to build close relationships with your classmates and faculty. These relationships last long after graduation as you enter our alumni network of over 14,000 graduates in over 90 countries around the world. Members of the Class of 2012 found jobs in North America, Asia, South America, Europe and other international locations. Among the class, in the United States 29% are employed in the Northeast, 19% in the Mid-Atlantic, 11% on the West Coast and 10% in the South.

You can view additional employment information on Darden’s Career Advancement webpage.

As you continue to assess your fit with Darden and other MBA programs, we encourage you to contact students or alumni working in an area of your interest or follow our student bloggers.

About Darden Admissions

If you have any questions or feedback regarding our blogs, website, or other communication, we encourage you to reach out to us at darden@virginia.edu.
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One Response to Featured Student Blog: Some Thoughts on How to Choose an MBA Program

  1. Informative article.Thanks for sharing! 😀

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