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Duke v.s Darden

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Which one should I go?

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New post 08 Mar 2007, 23:23
Now, I have two choices. You can help me eliminate one.

1) My goal is to work in brand management
2) I prefer case method and I love to work in a team.

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New post 08 Mar 2007, 23:24
Go to Duke so they can take me off the wiat list at Darden :lol:

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New post 08 Mar 2007, 23:56
Do both Duke and Darden follow case method?? If not, then its a no-brainer! :)

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I believe Duke uses a mix of teaching styles, while Darden uses case-method in all classes.

Going by your own words, Darden sounds like the place for you. Realistically, I think they are very similar in terms of prestige and future opportunities. I think it must come down to which place you are more comfortable at.

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