Duke Daytime MBA Student Blog
How We Prepare MBAs To Be Climate Leaders
It’s becoming increasingly clear that all MBA graduates, regardless of role or industry, will need to understand climate and its broader economic and social implications in their future careers.
How Fuqua Fueled My Esports Passion
Knowing I needed an MBA to take things to the next level, Fuqua best represented what I valued: teamwork, humility, and leadership.
From Durham to Seoul with the Help of Fuqua
Back when I was applying to Fuqua, I remember there was an essay portion asking you to describe your 5-year and 10-year ambitions.
The Recruiting Experience of the Greater China Club’s Students
With the support from the Fuqua community, students in the Class of 2022 from Greater China achieved a strong recruiting performance.
Want to Work in Tech? Go to Fuqua
Every student interested in technology asks the same question: “Should I have a tech background to work in the industry?” And the answer is “No!”
Landing at Goldman Sachs and the Steps that Got Me There
I had no idea how to translate my skillset from the military to the corporate world and felt that an MBA would best allow me to bridge that gap.
My MBA Experience Prepared Me for a Position in Diversity and Inclusion
I knew the experience and skills gained through an MBA would help make me an even better HR leader.
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.
My Fuqua MBA Provided Me with the Courage to Support Women’s Health in India
Although it feels like ages since I completed my MBA at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, that experience has never truly left me. It has shaped who I am, who I look up to and who I aspire to be.
Leveraging My Fuqua Network Landed Me a Career in Venture Capital
I knew that the prospect of landing a career in venture capital (VC) was risky, given the limited job openings but it was a risk I was ready to take.