YOUR HOME, YOUR NETWORK
Denver is a hub for economic growth and innovation—the heart of a region buzzing with corporate, scientific, engineering and entrepreneurial leadership. Just minutes away from the city center, the University of Denver is tucked into an idyllic campus with a small college community feel.
The Denver MBA does not take place just on campus, but encompasses the entire city, region and the world. But the home roots are strong. Students find extraordinary access to faculty, alumni, and both business and nonprofit communities. More than ever, our new program capitalizes on the spirit of collaboration both within and beyond our campus walls.
And that’s just the beginning.
Denver is consistently ranked by Forbes and Kiplinger’s as one of the top cities for young professionals and recent college graduates. And The Denver MBA has received a “Best in the West” rating in Princeton Review and named one of the nation’s 15 most innovative MBA programs by Inc. magazine.
DANIELS ALUMNI MENTORING
Alumni stay connected to Daniels well beyond graduation, offering mentoring opportunities, informational interviews, tours at companies and assistance with networking. The Daniels alumni network includes 36,000 alums located in Denver, all 50 U.S. states and 145 countries.
Daniels Alumni Mentoring is a unique opportunity for alumni to share their professional experience with current students. Mentoring alumni represent a wide array of industries, companies, job functions and experiences. These mentors play an active role in your development as a student and professional.
DU is proud to have 17 alumni chapters around the country that keep fellow Pioneers, parents and friends connected to the University. From networking and social events to lifelong learning, community service and sports-related opportunities—DU alumni chapters offer something for everyone. Chapters are instrumental in welcoming new alumni to the area while encouraging prospective students to consider Daniels.
The Denver MBA is centered on continuous fieldwork, which translates into continuous connections with people from major corporations, the start-up community, nonprofits and governmental agencies.
Students have partnered with corporations including Ball Corporation, Charles Schwab, Delta Dental, Enterprise Holdings, Hosting.com, Bona, Pacific Life, Terumo BCT, The Madison Group and Zayo. Teams have also partnered with local nonprofits, NGOs or companies who focus on social impact, including Mile High United Way, Art from Ashes, Denver Food Rescue, Denver Sister Cities, EarthLinks, Goodwill Denver, Growing Colorado Kids and The Gathering Place.
Students also get direct access to corporate recruiters through on-campus career fairs and special events, bringing leading voices from both businesses and nonprofits from across the region and around the world.