Darden Bahrain GBE
Global Business Experiences
Global Business Experiences (GBEs) are one- to two-week courses led by Darden faculty outside the United States in March and May. Each GBE provides the opportunity to visit a different country and experience its business practices and cultures. Based on a unifying theme, each course includes classes and practitioner presentations as well as visits to companies, governmental agencies and cultural sites. Many GBEs include hands-on consulting with companies in those countries.
Recently, GBEs have been held in Argentina, Brazil, China, India, Israel, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.
Darden GFE World Bicycle Relief
Global Field Experiences
Global Field Experiences (GFEs) are MBA electives that give small teams of students the opportunity to provide consulting services to an international company or organization while working closely with a Darden faculty member. At the beginning or end of each course, students visit the company on location to build on-the-ground knowledge and scope the issue at hand.
Darden Exchange Program in India
MBA Exchange Programs
Darden has reciprocal exchange program relationships with business schools around the world. These exchanges provide Darden students the opportunity to live in and learn about a culture different from their own as well as to welcome students from our partner schools to participate in the Darden experience.
International Perspective in the Case Method
Learn how international perspectives are incorporated into the case method style of learning.
Darden GEMBA residency in India
Global MBA for Executives
Looking for a global opportunity outside of the full-time MBA format? The Global MBA for Executives (GEMBA) is designed specifically for executives who plan to work while earning an MBA and who have or aspire to have responsibilities across multiple continents and cultures. Over the course of 21 months, GEMBA students participate in a combination of six two-week residencies in China, Europe, India, Brazil and the United States and distance learning.