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TUCK

The Tuck School of Business was founded in 1900 by William Jewett Tucker and Edward Tuck. The Tuck School of Business is one of America’s most prestigious graduate schools and is located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. The Amos Tuck School of Business Administration was founded in 1900 and is considered one of the oldest graduate schools of business in the world. It was the first such institution to offer a master’s degree in business administration.

  • 287 Class Size
  • 722 Average GMAT
  • 5.2 Avg. years of work exp.
  • $158,194 Median Base salary
  • 36% International Students
  • 45% Women Representation

TOP 5 REASONS TO CONSIDER AN MBA FROM TUCK

  1. Curriculum: 1. Tuck’s broad and integrated first-year core curriculum provides every student with a rigorous foundation in all aspects of business, with a special emphasis on teamwork and leadership.

  2. Alumni Base:Tuck has more than 9,700 living alumni, and although that figure may sound small compared with a larger school’s alumni base, numerous students and graduates we interviewed reported that Tuck has an active and close-knit alumni community.

  3. Leadership: Tuck’s curriculum emphasizes teamwork, and the school has a long history of incorporating group work into the learning process to create a foundation for leadership development.

  4. Infrastructure: Tuck’s Living and Learning Complex (LLC) was completed in January 2009 and provides additional on-campus residential space, as well as classrooms, study areas, and community common areas.

  5. Ranking: Tuck currently places in the top 15 in all four of the four most prestigious business school rankings.

MBA Application

Requirements

  1. MBA application form

  2. Letters of recommendation

  3. Academic Transcripts

  4. Test Scores

  5. Resume

  6. Essays(4)

  7. English Language Proficiency

MBA Deadlines

07 Oct 2019
Round1
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06 Jan 2020
Round2
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30 Mar 2020
Round3
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15 Oct 2019
Round 1 Consortium
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05 Jan 2020
Round 2 Consortium
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Notable Alumni

  • Edward Tuck Partner - John Munroe & Co.; Endowed Tuck School of Business in 1899.
  • Roger McNamee Founding partner of venture capital firm Elevation Partners Founding partner of private equity firm Silver Lake Partners.
  • Don M. Wilson III Chief Risk Officer of JPMorgan Chase 2003–2006.
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