Military MBA has listed the Darden School of Business among 20 MBA programs that offer the best value for veterans using the new G.I. Bill. The list was created to help veterans make informed decisions concerning an MBA education.
Through its analysis, Military MBA identified 20 business schools that provide the best value for military personnel.
“All 20 of these MBA programs should be commended for their commitment to working with military veterans and their families,” said Greg Eisenbarth of the Military MBA. “This best-value list was developed using a practical approach and high quality, unbiased data. Veterans can count on getting an excellent education from any of these 20 schools.”
Military MBA is an education network for military officers and NCOs who are interested in applying their MBAs for career advancement. The analysis can be viewed online at: http://www.militarymba.net/best_value.html.
Darden has a long history of supporting military veterans. The School is home to the Darden Military Association, a student club for veterans. Currently, across the full-time MBA Program and the MBA for Executives Program, 65 military veterans are enrolled.
The MBA programs that provide the best value for military veterans, according to Military MBA, include:
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Founded in 1955, the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business improves society by developing leaders in the world of practical affairs.
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