Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
- Financial Times Global MBA Ranking (2019) 89
- The Tuck School of Business, one of three professional schools of Dartmouth College, was founded in 1900 as the first graduate school of management.
- Tuck school served as the prototype for one of today’s most important educational formats: the graduate business school conferring the MBA degree.
- Edward Tuck (1842-1938) was an international financier and philanthropist who, after serving as U.S. vice consul in Paris, turned to international banking ventures and railroad investments as his father had.
- It was through Mr. Tuck’s generosity that the school was founded. The school was renamed Amos Tuck School of Business Administration in 1941. Today it is uniformly known as the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
- Tuck has a strong foundation on which to achieve its goal of offering the world’s best education preparation for a career of business leadership.
- The Tuck School is located on the campus of Dartmouth College, which is situated in the rural, Upper Connecticut River Valley, New England town of Hanover, New Hampshire.
- The campus of the Tuck School sits in a complex on the west side of Dartmouth's campus, near the Connecticut River.
- Applicants must use an online application process.
- The admissions team considers a variety of factors when gauging a candidate's application. Criteria include academic credentials, leadership and team skills, communications skills, diversity, and global mindset.
There a number of elective modules to study during the MBA, but the core modules are as follows:
- Analysis for General Managers
- Capital Markets
- Competitive and Corporate Strategy
- Corporate Finance
- Decision Science
- Financial Measurement, Analysis, and Reporting
- Global Economics For Managers
- Leading Individuals & Teams
- Leading Organizations
- Management Communication
- Managerial Economics
- Operations Management
- Personal Leadership
- Statistics For Managers
Fees and funding 2016–17
- $64,200 per academic year (£43,757).
- Tuck offers funding options for international citizens attending Tuck.
- The programs do not require a U.S. co-borrower and offer very competitive terms. The maximum amount is determined by a needs analysis using the information provided by the student and may vary by individual.
- International students can borrow up to the cost of tuition and mandatory fees less other aid for the two years at Tuck.
- International students should also investigate all sources of funding from within their home country including government and private scholarships and loans.
- International students may also be eligible for other types of loans if they have a U.S. cosigner with positive credit history.
Visit our study in the USA page for information on Entry and Visa Regulations and funding your study.
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Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth , 100 Tuck Hall , Hanover, NH 03755, United States