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“There have been a lot of opportunities to engage in teamwork and social activities with students from all different backgrounds. I have enjoyed working with my teammates and getting to know a lot of interesting individuals.”

MMS: Duke Kunshan University

Class of 2020
Industry:
Consulting—Technology

Prior Education:

Beijing Institute of Technology
Automation, 2019
Hometown:
Beijing, China
Nationality:
China

Why I Chose Fuqua

I was drawn to Fuqua’s supportive team atmosphere. My undergraduate studies were at a technical institution where individuality was more prevalent than group work. I realized that teamwork is crucial for a career in business so I wanted to find a place that catered to building those skills. Furthermore, throughout the application process, I received a lot of support from Fuqua alumni. It was those interactions that convinced me that Fuqua was the right place for me.

Before Fuqua

I interned at various securities and tech companies in China where I worked on projects related to fundraising for asset management plans, product strategy design, and strategy analysis. I also interned for Bain & Co where I worked on projects related to cost control, M&A due diligence, and market entry analysis.

After Fuqua

My goal is to work in consulting. I’d like to start out getting experience in third-party consulting and eventually join an in-house consulting team for a large company. At some point, I would like to start my own NGO to offer consulting services to organizations.

5 Things To Do During Your Time at Fuqua

  1. Attend Fuqua Friday—the chicken tenders are always delicious 
  2. Read the weekly newsletters and check out the fun events
  3. Participate in Campout—it’s a lot of fun even if you don’t win basketball tickets
  4. Go to Cameron Indoor Stadium and watch at least one Duke basketball game
  5. Join student clubs that interest you 

Why Consulting

I’m interested in consulting because I love solving problems for others. In previous internships, I worked on several projects where I had to analyze problems and offer solutions. I liked that I was able to use my analytical and communication skills during the problem-solving process to make an impact. It made me feel a great sense of achievement.

Master of Management Studies: Duke Kunshan University

Undergraduate Majors

Business/Accounting (51%)
Economics (22%)
Liberal Arts (14%)
Engineering/Natural Sciences (10%)
Other (4%)

Typical Class Demographics
MMS: Duke Kunshan University

Average Age

23

Average Work Experience

6 months or less

Countries Represented

11

Non-US Citizenship

69%

Women

53%
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MMS: Duke Kunshan University

Raunaq Singh

Class of 2019
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MMS: Duke Kunshan University

Lufei Wen

Class of 2019
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MMS: Duke Kunshan University

Susan Fon

Class of 2019
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MMS: Duke Kunshan University

Benjamin Driffort

Class of 2020