What’s New in the Duke MBA Application for 2022–2023
When our Admissions team reviews the application each year, our goal is to ensure the process is as straightforward and stress-free for applicants as possible.
What is EDGE and How Can MBAs Interested in Energy and the Environment Get Involved?
As investors and consumers increasingly call for companies to respond to social and environmental issues, it’s clear that gaining an understanding of energy and sustainability issues is a good move for MBAs.
Why Fuqua Added a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Concentration
A concern for diversity, equity and inclusion issues is embedded in Fuqua’s DNA. For students, it shows up in both their curriculum and co-curricular activities.
3 Things to Know About Funding Your MBA
Here in the admissions office we get a lot of questions from prospective and admitted students about financial aid and scholarships. We thought it might be helpful to lay out some of the basics for you and help you get an understanding of how things work here at Fuqua
Examples of Our 25 Random Things
If you're a prospective student reading this blog, chances are you're already aware of the "25 Random Things" essay that is part of the application. But how should you approach writing it? Here are some examples from our essays that might help spark some of your own ideas
How to Tell Your Company You’re Going Back to School
How you approach this conversation about going back to school depends largely on your work dynamic.
Getting the Job
Experiences that develop diverse skills and relationships
Class of 2022 Sets Record High Salaries and Acceptances
Our 2022 graduates have once again proven their agility and resilience. After all, they began their Duke MBA journey at the height of the pandemic, when almost everything about the business school experience had to be adapted to keep everyone safe.
A Women’s Guide to Recruiting for Investment Banking
It happened every time. Almost intuitively, as I walked into a packed room of investment banking prospects, I immediately knew exactly how many other women were present. You could usually count us on one hand.
At Home at Fuqua
People from around the world, thriving in an environment with differing viewpoints
How My Multi-Cultural Background Prepared Me to Attend Fuqua
Before embarking on business school and then the business world, I was terrified. I soon discovered there were nice people who genuinely cared and wanted a better world too.