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MBA Application Advice from Darden's Admissions Dean 2012-2013

MBA application advice is the topic for this video blog from Sara Neher, Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions at the University of Virginia Darden School of Busi...

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The Sounding Board at Darden | Posted on Tuesday September 26, 2017
An interview with Ruchir Ghildiyal, an executive format student at Darden’s Charlottesville location.  What is the Sounding Board? What is the purpose of this informal group?   The Sounding Board is a platform that encourages students to...

An Interview with Darden’s Veterans’ Student Association | Posted on Saturday September 23, 2017
What is the name of your student organization? What is the purpose of your student organization? Our group is the Veterans Executive Students at Darden (VESD), we serve the Executive MBA community as an affinity group by leveraging former and...

Summer Stories from the Tech Club | Posted on Thursday September 21, 2017
The Darden Technology Club (DTC) is one of over 50 student-run clubs and organizations here at Darden. With over 200 members, DTC is dedicated to connecting its members with opportunities at tech companies, providing industry knowledge from thought...


Designed for students who seek to strengthen their leadership, business and communication skills, Darden??s two-year MBA program ?X ranked #1 in student satisfaction by Bloomberg Businessweek ?X combines core and elective courses in Charlottesville, Virginia with opportunities to study abroad. The program is known for its case study method, top-ranked faculty, commitment to ethics, outstanding entrepreneurship opportunities and focus on sustainability.
The required curriculum in the First Year is designed to provide students with an integrated perspective on general management. Beginning in the final term of the First Year, the curriculum is made up entirely of electives to allow students to develop more depth in chosen areas of interest.


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