Global Field Electives

Zambia: A Once in a Lifetime Experience (Part 1)

A team of Darden students recently traveled to Lusaka, Zambia as the conclusion of a Global Field Experience elective after spending several months consulting for World Bicycle Relief.  Below, Darden student Paul Frederic Manlapig (MBA ‘13) shares his reflections from his time in Zambia:***************So there I was, boarded on…

By Marc Johnson-
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Reflections on a Global Darden Education

Lewis Prebble, a student in the Darden Global MBA for Executives class of 2013, recently blogged for The Economist about his experiences in the program.  Read his reflections on his GEMBA experience here and learn more about the GEMBA program…

By Marc Johnson-
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Thoughts From Shanghai and the Global Leadership Forum (Part 1)

The Darden School hosted the Inaugural Global Leadership Forum from 11-13 May in Shanghai, China. The weekend of events included meetings of the Global Advisory Council, events for Darden alumni and current Global MBA for Executives (GEMBA) students, and prospective and newly admitted students. Peter Rodriguez, senior associate dean…

By Marc Johnson-
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Taking Advantage of Our Diversity

This post was written by current second year student Anders Hvelplund of the International Business Society.***************One of the recurring themes in our student feedback surveys has revolved around the desire for an even more global educational experience. Fortunately, our leadership, with the Dean in front, is taking this feedback…

By Rebecca Beirne-
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Dean Bruner’s Global Trek to Japan and India

When Dean Bruner traveled to Japan and India recently, he had quite the agenda: extend Darden’s global brand, re-connect with alumni, conduct interviews with the media, meet with prospective students, talk with companies about partnership opportunities, give presentations to chambers in India – and that’s just the beginning…

By Rebecca Beirne-
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