Virginia (Darden)

Charlottesville, VA

#9
U.S.
4
from 2019
710
GMAT
338
Class size
$71,600
Tuition

Tuition $71,600

International $74,800

Note: School has locations in Charlottesville and Rosslyn.  International tuition: $74,800. Tuition amount is the figure advertised by the school and includes mandatory fees and other costs. GMAT score is median or average, as provided by the school. Find more details on the school's website : https://www.darden.virginia.edu/ .

Gender and Race Breakdown Among U.S. Students, Compared with Other U.S. Schools

Visit Diversity Index page for more data. Gender is for whole class. Race data only for US students. 6% of school identifies as LGBTQ

Male

0%100%62.0%

Female

0%100%38.0%

White

0%100%60.7% of U.S. population82.0%

Asian

0%100%6.6% of U.S. population8.0%

Black

0%100%14.1% of U.S. population5.0%

Hispanic

0%100%18.0% of U.S. population6.0%

Percent of Hires in Each Industry (Top 3)

288 graduates hired in total

Consulting 41.0%
Technology 20.5%
Financial 19.1%

Nationalities (top 5)

Total Number of Nationalities: 38

United States 72%
India 11%
China 6%
Canada 2%
Korea (South) 1%

Campus Atmosphere

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Women are well represented among my school’s faculty and administration

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Female protagonists are well represented in case studies

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LGBTQ students are given equal/adequate opportunity to participate in class discussions and on teams

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Social activities are generally inclusive towards LGBTQ students

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Minorities are well represented among the faculty and administration

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Minority protagonists are well represented in case studies

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Representative comments from students and alumni on what's best about this MBA program

The high-engagement case method forces you to not only think about business ideas in new ways, but to also structure ideas in a format that is consumable for others. That idea of helping others understand has been very valuable.

The academic experience—intense case discussions with brilliant, diverse, yet humble students, facilitated by phenomenally talented faculty.

The case method—learning from and with such talented, intelligent, and passionate individuals while constantly honing my communication skills.

I think the case method and the not allowing people to place out of classes really enriched the experience and helped build the network among peers.

The small community and class size led to an enormous amount of connectivity and growth not possible at a place like HBS.