Worldwide Locations

  • We bring the Darden experience to you, whether on Grounds at the University of Virginia or around the world. We are fully equipped to meet you onsite at your organization or wherever you choose to deliver your programs.

    We Partner With Organizations Around the Globe

    Executive Education has delivered programs across the United States and in countries including Bahrain, Dubai, Singapore, Israel, Russia and China for organizations including the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance, Intel Corporation, Unilever and the Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies.

    The Grounds at the University of Virginia

    You can also join us at the University of Virginia, a world treasure designed by Thomas Jefferson and recognized by the United Nations as a World Heritage site for its historical and architectural significance.

    Today the tradition continues with the Darden Grounds, where you can walk to classrooms, study lounges, accommodations, dining rooms and wellness centers in a truly stunning and convenient setting. The Grounds offers you a chance to leave day-to-day concerns behind and make time for learning. You’ll leave renewed and refreshed.

    Take a virtual tour or contact us to tour the Grounds in person.

    Charlottesville: A Small Town With a True Sense of Place

    Charlottesville tops lists for most charming (Trip Advisor), brainiest (The Atlantic), happiest (Harvard researchers), tastiest (Southern Living), coolest (Men’s Health), most book-loving (Livability), and simply the best (Money, Kiplinger’s, Yahoo and too many others to count).

    During the program, our participants get out of the classroom and into the Rivanna River, Jefferson’s estate at Monticello, vineyards, the University’s museums and more.

    After class, you can experience the Blue Ridge Mountains, a restaurant scene so lively the New York Times calls it a “culinary arms race,” and the historic estates of three presidents (Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe), all in one town.

    Explore more about UVA and Charlottesville.