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Breaking Down First-Year Courses: Fall Term 1

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August 23, 2019

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So, you’ve read online the names of courses you’ll be taking when you start at Fuqua, but what do they really entail? And how nervous should you be if it’s been five or more years since your last economics exam

Conference Insights: Ten Years from the Bottom

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April 2, 2019

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If someone asked you to discuss the 2008 financial crisis, your first thoughts may be a recollection of newspaper headlines, textbook passages, or classroom lectures. To Wall Street CEOs however, their thoughts on…

Learning from the Best: Finance Professor Doug Breeden

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November 9, 2018

Professor Doug Breeden is a highly respected name in the banking industry and a leading financial mind in the academic space. If you join Fuqua, I highly recommend enrolling in one of his…

Being a Woman at Fuqua is a Beautiful Thing

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January 15, 2014

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Recently in the media, there has been quite a buzz about being a woman in business school, thanks to the New York Times’ article about Harvard Business School and its policies regarding gender…

Fuqua Focuses More on the Business of Energy

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January 6, 2014

As Co-President of the Duke MBA Energy Club and a second-year MBA student with a passion for energy finance, I was thrilled to see two exciting developments occur this past summer. First, energy…

Week-in-Cities with MBA Net Impact Club

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January 3, 2014

Many of Fuqua’s student-run clubs organize “Week-in-Cities” trips to different regions of the country to network with businesses and alumni. As a cabinet member of the Net Impact Club, I had the pleasure…

Optional Concentrations Tie Into My Interests

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April 12, 2013

Coming into Fuqua, aside from the core class requirements, I planned to take classes that really interested me or would be useful for my upcoming internship and future career. This led me to…

Concentrations: Which to Choose?

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January 23, 2013

Concentrations are a funny thing: they are completely optional in most business schools. So, why should we choose one in the first place, and which one(s)? Particularly for prospective students, this may be…

How an International MBA Helps Indian Family Businesses

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January 3, 2013

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One of the management priorities at Muthoot—my family’s business in India—is ensuring that the next generation of leadership has the broad international perspective and the appropriate business skills to continue the successful expansion…

Still Glad I Chose Duke

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November 22, 2012

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Last year I wrote a post entitled, “Why I Chose Duke!” Now, in my second and final year, I wanted to follow-up on my original post to highlight why I am still grateful…

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