One of the reasons Darryl Doonie chose the University of Miami is its international gateway location, an exciting business and cultural hub that few other business schools can offer.
"The student body is very diverse and brings a lot of experiences to share within our classroom discussion," he says.
When not in class, Doonie is setting up workshops, networking sessions and other events in his role as vice president of the School's MBA Finance Club. He's also tapped into the School's Sanford L. Ziff Graduate Career Services Center.
"One of the great aspects of the program is the career program and the dedicated center for MBA students. The Ziff Center hosts numerous networking events targeted for MBA students only and bring in professionals from across the nation to actively recruit. I had three interviews for internships and I obtained them all."