You may have heard that Poets & Quants recently ranked Darden as the top US feeder school for consulting jobs. If you’re interested in consulting, you may be wondering how students secure consulting careers and how they got to Darden. Alice Cassin (Class of 2017) is one of those students: she has an offer with Accenture after she graduates. She also came from a non-traditional background, graduating from college with a degree in Near East Studies. [...]

You may have heard that Poets & Quants recently ranked Darden as the top US feeder school for consulting jobs. If you’re interested in consulting, you may be wondering how students secure consulting careers and how they got to Darden. Alice Cassin (Class of 2017) is one of those students: she has an offer with Accenture after she graduates. She also came from a non-traditional background, graduating from college with a degree in Near East Studies. [...]

The school year is coming to an end but McCombs students are finishing strong. In this edition of Bragging Rights we recognize some of those students’ accomplishments.

Misunderstandings can happen when business cultures collide. Deirdre Mendez, associate director of cultural programs, explains the process for avoiding cultural missteps.

At the 2017 McCombs Health Care Symposium, panelist Mark Shen, MBA ’16, described how an innovation challenge at Seton Health Care Family had several positive impacts.

Gay Gaddis started advertising agency T3 with only $16,000 and 3 clients. She shared her story with students at The University of Texas at Austin.

Leadership is a common emphasis in business education, but the McCombs School of Business is taking steps to distinguish itself through a focus on analytics.

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