What is the name of your student organization? What is the purpose of your student organization?   There is a NEW organization at Darden! We’re the Darden Network of Executive Women (The Darden NEW), an organization dedicated to networking and professional development specifically focused on the Darden Executive MBA Program’s women, both current students and alumni.   Why did you start your organization? We formed this organization because the women in the classes of 2018 [...]

Written by Steven Menendez, MBA Class of 2018 One of my favorite things about living in Charlottesville is the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of outdoor activities: camping, hiking, tubing, and my favorite, running. There is nothing better on a beautiful Charlottesville afternoon than to go for a run and explore the city. From road running to trails, Charlottesville has it all. Most of the streets have generous sidewalks, and you can take [...]

Written by Steven Menendez, MBA Class of 2018 One of my favorite things about living in Charlottesville is the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of outdoor activities: camping, hiking, tubing, and my favorite, running. There is nothing better on a beautiful Charlottesville afternoon than to go for a run and explore the city. From road running to trails, Charlottesville has it all. Most of the streets have generous sidewalks, and you can take [...]

We’re hitting the road! We will be hosting Exec Office Hours in a number of cities throughout the month of November, and we hope you will join us! Here is a quick summary of dates and locations: Washington, DC area  –  November 6 Richmond, VA  –  November 7 Baltimore, MD  –  November 9 Philadelphia, PA  –  November 14 New York City  –  November 16-17 Washington, DC area  –  November 20 Norfolk, VA  –  November 21 [...]

Why do ‘Hoos love Charlottesville? It’s a natural playground, with more than 25 parks and trails for students and residents to enjoy. It’s a home that welcomes not only students and faculty, but also refugees. Since the Internal Rescue Committee office opened in 1998, the city has welcomed more than 3,500 refugees from 32 countries. It centers around a unique pedestrian Downtown Mall, with more than 120 shops and 30 restaurants, along with several theaters [...]

The sixth and seventh episodes of our ExecMBA podcast have arrived! In episode six we talk with Ryan Slevin, a Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) format student in our Class of 2018, about her decision to pursue an MBA, her experience as a GEMBA format student and more!             We also profile our upcoming November Office Hours appointments, as well our mini case discussion in November 1 in Rosslyn with Greg [...]

This blog post is part of our "Application Insider" blog post series that provides insider information, tips, and advice about applying to the UCLA Anderson MBA program. APPLICATION INSIDER TOPIC:CORE QUALITIES WE LOOK FOR IN APPLICANTS   As you progress in evaluating MBA programs and preparing your application, it's important to ensure your values align with a school. No two admits are alike, but at UCLA Anderson, our students all share certain values that we [...]

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