Dartmouth College: Tuck

Better The World Through Business

Tuck focuses on areas of excellence—the heart of which is an incomparable MBA program—that are distinctly personal, connected, and transformative. At Tuck, we develop wise, decisive leaders with global perspectives who will transform organizations and change the world.

The Tuck Network Opens Doors for You

Our extraordinarily distinguished, loyal, and supportive global network of alumni is deeply invested in Tuck’s success and yours. That's more than 10,000 accomplished and accessible alumni leaders who are passionate and committed to giving back.

A Strong Sense of Place

Our community is where we share expertise and diverse perspectives—where individuals are celebrated and supported as they tackle new ideas and learn what it means to lead. These are people who will remain in your life long after you leave Hanover. It’s why we’re touted as having one of the strongest communities among top business schools.

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.

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The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth was founded in 1900 as the first institution in the world to offer a Master's degree in Business Administration. At the heart of what Tuck does is its signature full-time, two-year MBA program that creates a rich, rewarding experience for each student, and their small scale program in Hanover allows them to promote their mission: to develop wise, decisive leaders who better the world through business.

There are so many elements that make a Tuck MBA distinct. From a distinctly immersive and highly individualized learning environment that encourages reflection and fosters personal development to an extraordinary and loyal alumni network of more than 10,000 leaders who are passionate and committed to giving back, a Tuck MBA allows for endless opportunities for personal growth and building meaningful relationships.





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


1,000 active recruiting relationships


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


100% of seeking first-year students found internships

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Round 1: September 28, 2020

Round 2: January 4, 2021

Round 3: March 29, 2021

Round 4: Rolling from April 1, 2021 to June 1, 2021

  • Bloomberg Businessweek Ranking: 2
  • Economist Ranking (Global): 12
  • Economist Ranking (US): 10
  • Financial Times Ranking (Global): 16
  • Financial Times Ranking (US): 10
  • Forbes Ranking: 6
  • U.S News Ranking: 12
  • Class Size: 289
  • Female Percentage: 49
  • International Student Percentage: 37%
  • Nationalities Count: 47
  • Average GMAT: 720
  • Average Work Years: 5.25
  • Employed Graduates Percentage: 94% (3 months post-graduation)
  • Course Fee: $77,520
  • Accredited: AASCB