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How Duke Basketball Helps Shape the Student Experience | Posted on Tuesday February 26, 2019
There is a motto at Duke University and the Fuqua School of Business—work hard, play hard. Sure, our students spend a lot of time working on case studies, but they also spend a lot of time outside of the classroom at Cameron Indoor Stadium, the...
5 Students Honor International Women’s Day with Reflections on Fuqua | Posted on Wednesday February 20, 2019
International Women’s Day first began as recognition of a women’s labor strike in New York City 110 years ago, but has now grown to an international event that brings awareness and support for women’s rights and equal participation in...
25 Random Things About My Section | Posted on Monday February 11, 2019
The “25 Random Things” admissions essay is one of the not so random ways that Fuqua creates a diverse class of MBA candidates that push each other to grow both personally and academically. Speaking from experience, what seemed like an innocuous...
WikipediaThe Fuqua School of Business is the business school of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Degree programs include the Daytime MBA, the Global Executive MBA, the Cross Continent MBA, the Weekend Executive MBA, Master of Management Studies: Foundations of Business, Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi), Master of Management Studies, joint degree programs, a one-year Master of Management Studies program in Kunshan, China (starting) 2012 and a Ph.D. program.
Admission to the Daytime MBA program is competitive. For the Class of 2014, 27% of 3,161applicants were accepted to fill a class of 432; the average GMAT score was 697.