Dartmouth College: Tuck

Better The World Of Business

Come here to be challenged. Leave ready to take on the most important challenges of our time. At Tuck, we create leaders who better the world.

Become Part Of A Powerful Network

When you join our community you are joining a global network of accomplished leaders deeply invested in Tuck’s success and yours. That’s more than 10,000 generous, supportive, and famously responsive alumni connected to you for life. There’s no network like it.

Test the limits of who you can be in an immersive and trust-based community that gives back as much as you put in. Discover new strengths. Fall down. Stand up stronger. Your classmates and the greater Tuck community will be with you every step of the way.

Build Better Organizations

Pivot. Change careers. Find your calling. At Tuck we align outcomes with aspirations by connecting students with incredible opportunities and the resources to make the most of them. Combine this with the most responsive alumni network in the world and you’ll see why our graduates lead the way in measures of MBA employment success.

Lead Across Cultures

Connect to the dynamism of the global economy through the TuckGO portfolio of on-the-ground global learning opportunities. Immersive global courses. International consulting engagements. Term exchange programs, projects, and more.

Learn By Doing

Test. Iterate. Prove your concept. Launch an entrepreneurial venture or venture outside your comfort zone on projects that apply curricular concepts to real-world problems.

The curriculum at Tuck is immersive, intensive, hands-on. We bring rigor and relevance to core and elective courses, reveal how knowledge is created, and give you the flexibility to chart your own path. Tuck faculty are world-renowned scholars and committed teachers ready to partner with you on your learning journey.

Getting to the C-Suite isn’t easy—five CEOs tell us why they chose Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business to help them get there

17 Oct 2019

There are limits to how much progress can be made with a self-selecting sample of ‘woke’ business school students, writes Amy Hughes

2 Oct 2019

In the MBA program at Dartmouth’s Tuck School, every student is there for a reason—but it’s not always the same one

1 Oct 2019

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Tuck School of Business was founded in 1900 as the first graduate school of business, and carries forth the liberal arts tradition of Dartmouth College. Based in New England, the faculty are known for their commitment to teaching and groundbreaking research.
 
Unlike many top business schools, Tuck only offers the full-time MBA. This approach allows Tuck to adapt and innovate, while also creating a unique learning community catered to the individual student’s needs. Tuck provides unparalleled access to professors, peers, business and alumni, allowing for endless opportunities for personal growth and building meaningful relationships.
 
Check out news, members and info for other top-tier international business schools in North American including Duke University's Fuqua School of Business (North Carolina), Rotman School of Management (Toronto) and the Sauder School of Business (Vancouver). 
 

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Tuck alumni give back at the highest rate among peer business schools

1,000 active recruiting relationships

100% of seeking first-year students found internships

100% of students participate in a global opportunity during their time at Tuck

Highest number of citations per faculty of any U.S. business school (per SSRN)

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Round 1: October 7, 2019

Round 2: January 6, 2020

Round 3: March 30, 2020

Snapshots

  • Ft Ranking: 23
  • Ft Ranking Global Mba: 15
  • Economist Ftmba Ranking: 12
  • Class Size: 284
  • International Student Percentage: 38
  • Female Percentage: 42
  • Employed Graduates Percentage: 96
  • Average Gmat: 723
  • Course Fee: USD 117,870
  • Application Deadline: October, January, April
  • Accredited: AASCB
  • Living Expenses: USD 24,035
  • Average Age: 28
  • Average Work Years: 5.33
  • Nationalities Count: 45
  • Businessweek Ranking: 20
  • Economist Ranking: 2