Managing Work-Life Balance in B-School

by on May 18th, 2014

Mariel FurlongI’m a rising second year student at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. Prior to enrolling, I worked as a journalist for five years at a major magazine in Washington, DC. While there, I was selected to serve on an internal consulting project analyzing the magazine’s production process. The project was a success, and others like it soon followed. I found myself so enjoying those experiences that I left journalism to pursue an MBA.

Darden immediately stood out from other programs for its case method teaching style, team-oriented atmosphere, and high-quality teaching staff. When I’m not studying cases, I enjoy cooking, hiking with my dog, and listening to live music.

In the video below, Mariel explains how business school teaches decision-making skills that will help you advance your career.

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