Duke Daytime MBA Student Blog
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.
Is an MBA Worth It? Yes, but Not for the Reason Most People Think.
“Is an MBA worth it” is one of the most searched keywords related to business school.
How the Fuqua Client Consulting Practicum Prepared Me to Become a Strategic Leader
I came to Duke’s Fuqua School of Business with the goal of building out my strategy skillset.
How I Ended Up at Duke — Twice
I had this burning passion for combining my enthusiasm for community service with a career path.
Why I Decided I Needed to Learn to Speak the Language of Business
The languages I speak, as well as my reflections on home and borders, is what led me to pursue an MBA at Fuqua.
Fuqua’s Approach to Entrepreneurship Education
Sometimes people ask me why entrepreneurship education should be taught within our MBA program if most students don’t aspire to launch a venture immediately post-graduation. The answer is twofold.
Hands-On Experience with Mentored Study
Experiential learning provides a great platform to interact with and potentially help solve real-world problems as a business school student.
Getting Smart Fast on Impact Investing
I knew I wanted to participate in the CASE i3 Consulting Practicum program, which pairs a team of select MBA students with an impact investing question that a company is wrestling with.
Mentored Study Broadened My View of Venture Capital
The Mentored Study program at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business provided the perfect fit for me to further explore my previous experience in venture capital in a real-world work setting while gaining exposure to the tech industry.
Embracing Diversity Virtually with the First Ever Online Global Week
Global Week is an event celebrating Fuqua’s international diversity and inclusivity, and typically it’s a great opportunity for Fuqua students to showcase their home cultures and interact with alumni with international backgrounds.