Duke Global Executive MBA Student Blog
Learning New Ways To Be ‘Leaders of Consequence’ in a Global Environment
When I entered the Global Executive MBA program at Duke, I was looking for an opportunity to be challenged and better equipped for this rapidly-evolving industry, but the experience has provided so much more than that.
My Rewarding Journey at Duke and How I Got Here
An integral part of my time at Fuqua has been interacting and spending several weeks with people from backgrounds and cultures I’d never met before.
3 Benefits of Talking with Admissions One-on-One
Choosing to apply to an Executive MBA program may feel like a daunting task and a challenge to fit into your already busy schedule.
How to Navigate Company Sponsorship
My employer is allowing me the time and space to leave work for travel as part of the Global Executive MBA program, and it is taking on part of the cost.
A Day in the Life of Our Santiago Residency
Our residencies include class time, teamwork time, and excursions to different parts of the city—so the days are fun but jam-packed.
Experiencing Life as a Student Before You Enroll
You’ve done your research – attended information sessions, connected with Fuqua’s admissions team, and perhaps even some students and alumni. Now you can experience life as a student.
Applying My Leadership Learnings in Real-Time at IBM
Looking back now after completing my Global Executive MBA, I ask myself, was it truly worth it? Did I get the value and the opportunities that I deserved?
4 Things to Know About Fuqua’s EMBA Admissions Interview
As a member of Fuqua's Executive MBA interview team, I want to help you put your best foot forward in your admissions interview and assure you that it doesn't have to be intimidating!
How to Explore Company Sponsorship for Your Executive MBA
Did you know there’s a chance your company might help pay for your MBA?
2020 vs. 2021: How Everything Changed and I Landed My Dream Job
My journey through grad school was far from traditional. After graduating with my undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Missouri, I had a single vow after I graduated: “I will never go back to school again!”