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The Darden School at the University of Virginia provides a business education that I rate as second to none. The faculty are amazing, the facilities are stunningly beautiful, and, yet, that isn't what makes it so exceptional. It is the culture of Darden that makes it special. Being a part of Mr. Jefferson's University offers a rare grounding in the exceptional vision and intelligence of this founding father. While President's name are often attached to building and schools, Mr. Jefferson truly created to core strategy, designed the buildings, and oversaw physical construction. He was the architect and truly laid the foundation for generations and created a culture of engaged learning and excellence.
I consider myself truly blessed to have earned my MBA from the Darden School. Have you considered getting an MBA while still working? Here is your chance!
The MBA for Executives Program at Darden allows seasoned managers to
earn the Darden MBA from the University of Virginia while continuing to
work full time. Students have an average of 12 years professional
experience (7 minimum).
If you’d like to learn more, you can attend the MBA for Executives
Open House at Darden on Saturday February 13. The day (10 am- 3pm)
includes the opportunity to participate in a classroom discussion and
meet current students, faculty, and staff.
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