The University of Virginia Darden School of Business is one of the world's leading business schools, offering three formats of its MBA degree program (MBA, MBA for Executives and Global MBA for Executives), as well as Ph.D. and Executive Education programs.
Darden is the graduate business school of the University of Virginia, which was founded in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States and author of the Declaration of Independence.
Darden delivers the world's best management education experience through its high-engagement learning environment, which is distinguished by three key elements:
-The case study method immerses students in real-life business situations spanning industries, countries and disciplines and develops them into complete leaders who are ready for anything. Named the world's best "education experience" (The Economist, 2011-12), Darden creates a powerful learning environment, which prepares leaders to analyze situations, ask the right questions, think strategically and offer solutions.
-Darden's top-ranked faculty - consistently recognized among the best by The Princeton Review and Financial Times - is deeply committed to the professional and personal development of students and executives. Darden professors create a high-energy, transformational experience in the classroom and advance innovative thinking in business through research.
-The tight-knit community is one of the world's most collaborative. Darden graduates form a global network of more than 14,000 and remain connected to the School throughout their lifetimes, giving back through volunteerism, philanthropy and academics.