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Darden Announces Venture Capital Initiative

A new effort to support students pursuing careers in venture capital is coming to the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. This week, the school launched its Venture Capital Initiative, which rolls together a number of programs at the school related to venture capital.   The Venture Capital Initiative will be guided by a…

New Georgetown MS Focuses on Business and the Environment

Sustainability is a pressing concern both for businesses and the planet. Now, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is launching a degree that sits at the intersection of those two topics.   The new degree, known as the MS in Environmental and Sustainability Management, arises from the joint work of McDonough, the Graduate School of…

Fuqua Releases Class of 2023 Profile

Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business is out with a profile of its newest Daytime MBA class.    The profile shows how students from many different backgrounds will be starting their MBA studies at Fuqua this year. As Fuqua points out, those in its MBA class will be “surrounded by people from a wide range…

Oxford Saïd Names First Toigo Fellows

Three students in the MBA Class of 2021 at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School have been named as inaugural Toigo Fellows.   The recipients are the first to hold the new fellowship, announced earlier this year as part of a partnership between Saïd and the Toigo Foundation. A central goal of the new program is…

Haas Adds Online MBA Option

If you’re looking to embrace the convenience of virtual learning, good news: so is University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.  This week, the school announced the addition of a flexible, online option to its part-time MBA program, known as the Evening & Weekend MBA.  With the new MBA option, students can earn their…

Haas Adds Three Core MBA Courses

The core MBA curriculum at University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business is getting an update, with three new courses being added to the mix.  As with other core courses, the three new courses will be required for all full-time MBA students.  Two of the courses are a nod to the increasingly central role…

Wharton Enrolls MBA Class With More Than 50 Percent Women

The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has become the most prominent MBA program yet to achieve gender parity.  Releasing its latest MBA class profile, Wharton announced that 52 percent of its Class of 2023 would be women.  That’s a jump from only 41 percent last year. It makes Wharton one of the first well-known B-schools…

Darden Announces Scholarship for Diverse Leadership in Asset Management

A new scholarship program from University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business aims to promote diverse leadership in management.  The school’s newly announced Breakthrough Scholars Program will award merit-based scholarships to students pursuing careers in asset management, including venture capital, private equity and other areas. Besides the scholarship award, recipients will have access to a…

NYU Stern and NYU Shanghai Add New MS Programs

A pair of new Master of Science programs with a global focus are coming to New York University’s Stern School of Business next year, thanks to a partnership with NYU Shanghai, the university’s Shanghai campus.   In June 2022, NYU Stern and NYU Shanghai will begin classes for two new jointly offered degrees: an MS in…