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Duke University

Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business

World Rankings

  • Financial Times Global MBA Ranking (2017) 24
  • The Economist Which MBA? Ranking (2017) 18
  • Forbes Best US Business Schools (2017) 14

Daytime MBA

Accreditations: AACSB

Programme features

  • Duke aims to graduate leaders who demonstrate competence, character and purpose and who are able to navigate toward a collective good for stakeholders, organisations, community and the world. Duke uses teaching techniques that give context and ensure students are able to apply knowledge.
  • Duke boasts a highly customisable curriculum, students must partake in 13 required courses providing a comprehensive understanding of business fundamentals, students are then able to choose from 100 electives.

Duration

  • 22 months

Number of places

  • 440

Fees and funding 2014–15

  • $58,000 per academic year (£39,559).
  • Duke offers merit-based scholarships.

Cross Continent MBA

Accreditations: AACSB

Programme features

  • The Cross Continent MBA is designed for working professionals to earn an MBA whilst remaining in full-time employment. Students study across five different locations – Dubai, New Delhi, St Petersburg, Shanghai and Durham, North Carolina. A large portion of the curriculum is also delivered online via a Distance Learning platform.
  • Students will complete 16 courses over six terms. 10 of these are part of a core curriculum spanning the fundamental areas of business, four are electives allowing students to perfect their skill in a particular area of interest and two are multi-term courses designed to increase global intuition. 

Duration

  • 16 months

Number of places

  • ––

Fees and funding 2015–16

  • $135,000 (£92,062).
  • Duke offers a limited number of merit-based scholarships.

Global Executive MBA

Accreditations: AACSB

Programme features

  • The Global EMBA is designed for executives with a minimum of 10 years work experience, it provides them with an education that makes them sophisticated about world economies and equipped with the leadership skills to succeed anywhere in the world.
  • Students attend six residencies located around the globe. Five are in core modules and one in an elective. In between periods of residency students study via a Distance Learning platform.

Duration

  • 15 months

Number of places

  • 55

Fees and funding 2014–15

  • $166,000 (£113,206).
  • All applicants are eligible to apply for a limited number of merit-based scholarships.

Weekend Executive MBA

Accreditations: AACSB

Programme features

  • The Weekend EMBA is aimed at top performing executives who wish to study for an EMBA with a minimal disturbance to their working lives. Classes are held on alternating weekends on Fridays and Saturdays during terms one to five. Term six sessions are held on campus for two weeks.

Duration

  • 19 months

Number of places

  • ––

Fees and funding 2014–15

  • $119,500 (£81,497).
  • Duke offers a limited number of merit-based scholarships.

Address

Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, 100 Fuqua Dr, Durham, NC 27708, United States