May 25, 2012 · 12:00 PM
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Darden MBA & StarTau networking brunch
A group of 25 students is coming from Darden- School of Business at the University of Virgina, to visit Israel. On Friday, May 25th, StarTau and Darden will host a networking forum for a group of selected members from the Israeli entrepreneurship scene.
About the students:
Darden students have a variety of experience from multiple industries around the world. Our group in particular is very international, coming from coutries such as China, Brazil, the Philipines, Italy, and Barbados etc.
Darden Business School is one of the leading business Schools in the world (The Darden MBA program was ranked 3rd in the US and 4th in the world in last year’s Economist ranking). Darden’s top rated faculty develops principled leaders for the world of practical affairs, through a highly engaged learning process that requires active student participation. Darden’s distinctive educational approach results in graduates who have a real world understanding of global business, decision making skills biased toward action, a collaborative approach to leadership, and personal integrity. Darden’s faculty members teach and work with executives world-wide to help them address pressing business problems. The faculty members are pre-eminent scholars whose research advances managerial practice. In addition, Darden has several research centers of excellence that focus on key issues that drive today’s economy and management practices. These include The Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and the Darden Entrepreneurship Program that through their active involvement in Darden's MBA and executive education programs help train the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders. Batten’s current initiatives examine the role of entrepreneurship and innovation in four broad areas: growth, emerging markets, sustainability, and health care.