students congregating and chatting in Fuqua's main hallway; location is why schools like Duke have an edge Here’s Why Location Gives Schools Like Duke an Edge March 26, 2020 - - As an alumnus, the question I get asked most by prospective MBA students is whether attending Duke, in medium-sized Durham, North Carolina, will put them at a disadvantage. ...Read More

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The iconic water tower and smokestack of the campus with Durham highrise buildings in the background at dusk; a great place to visit when exploring Durham Tips for Exploring Durham March 2, 2020 - - At the very beginning, I was afraid of not being able to adjust. How would I live without the restaurant and entertainment offerings that only big cities have?
A man walking into an admissions interview room The Admissions Interview: What to Expect and How to Prepare February 17, 2020 - - The journey to business school starts in many places—for me, it was in the back seat of my dad’s car. But for all MBAs, at some point, it converges on one location: an admissions interview room.
Duke's Grayson Allen dribbles toward the basket during a Duke-UNC rivalry game The Duke-UNC Rivalry Explained January 29, 2020 - - Eight miles separate Duke from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Battle for Tobacco Road, as it’s known, is one of the greatest rivalries in college sports
four students seated at a campus dining room table with laptops talking; consulting experience Gaining Consulting Experience with FCCP January 14, 2020 - - Fuqua Client Consulting Practicum is an experiential learning opportunity for students to work on consulting engagements with businesses and nonprofits around the world. First-year and second-year MBAs work in teams to assist client organizations with challenges across a number of industries and fields such as marketing, strategy, and operations
five students from the fintech club and two professors pose for a photo in front of the conference stage Why We Founded the Duke MBA Fintech Club January 9, 2020 - - We co-founded the Duke MBA FinTech Club in the Spring of 2018, with the goal of fostering a community passionate about financial technology at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and to create an ecosystem that supports MBA students in pursuing careers within the industry