Find out what sets Tuck apart. Hear from the people who make Tuck distinctive among the world’s top MBA programs—students, partners, Tuck admissions staff, and the Tuck administrators who will work with you throughout your two years at Tuck. The Tuck 360: MBA blog combines candid insight about life at Tuck from students and partners with helpful insider tips and advice from Tuck staff who want you to succeed at Tuck.
Student Post Archive, November 20, 2013On October 25 and 26, Tuck welcomed more than 125 current and prospective students, alumnae, faculty, staff and friends to take part in workshops, panel discussions, and mock classes as part of the 2013 Women in Business Conference. The planning process among the two other co-chairs and I began in the spring. Continue Reading
Stephanie B. - Admissions, October 25, 2013Grow. Make. Sell. Eat. The Tuck Food Society is perhaps the newest club on campus. Founders, Erica Johnston, Divya Belavadi, and Isabella Liu are all first-year Tuck students with a passion for both business and food. The club’s mission aims to help students explore careers along Continue Reading
Kate T. - TP'15, October 10, 2013When my husband decided that the only business school he really wanted to attend was Tuck in Hanover, NH, he told me that one of the reasons was because of the uniquely close network of students and partners that make up the community. I had heard similar pitches Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, September 23, 2013I took a bit of a writing hiatus over the summer, I guess you could say we were busy with our summer adventures and just getting through untill Zach got home from his internship. The good news is we survived, and had a great time at it, really. But while Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 12, 2013Guest contributor, Hanna S. is a TP'14 and was co-chair of the Partner Orientation with Heidi S., a fellow TP'14. All Partner Orientation events were organized by the two TP'14 co-chairs and TP'14 volunteers. Summer is over and nothing rings in the new school year like having Continue Reading
Arpitha D. T'15, September 11, 2013It’s been 10 days since I landed in Hanover, NH. Time is flying by, and I am definitely feeling overwhelmed already. But we are told this our (relatively) free time – Orientation week. Come Fall-A, it’s going to be crazy, and everyone in the school is Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, September 10, 2013We're still getting some warm days, but the mornings are starting to feel crisper and crisper when I wake up; you can feel that New England fall is just around the corner. I can’t believe summer’s waning to a close already. Boots, foliage, Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 08, 2013Originally from Beijing, Sylvia is excited to spend the next two years in Hanover, NH as a member of Tuck’s Class of 2015. She’s also looking forward to sharing her experiences with you, on the Admissions Blog! Make sure to check out the first part Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, July 27, 2013Is it really almost the end of July already? Summer has really flown by. So what have we been up to? Well, my husband (Zach, T'14) has been busy working away at his internship in San Francisco, making great connections and really enjoying the work. Yet he often tells me Continue Reading
Blog Guest, July 25, 2013Juan comes to New Hampshire from Argentina and is looking forward to life at Tuck as a member of the Class of 2015! Last year, when I started doing research to find out about the different schools where I could do my MBA, I used this Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, July 19, 2013Most (if not all) partners left Hanover for the July 4th holiday to visit their students. It's somewhat of a midpoint for internships (maybe a little early), and this year it fell on a Thursday, so it made for an easy long weekend trip for those of us Continue Reading
Adam Ranson, July 14, 2013Hi everyone. I hope you all are doing well. I wanted to take a moment to describe my experience as a Tuck student who recently transitioned from the military to life as a civilian student. As I may have mentioned before, I served in the Marine Corps for eleven years Continue Reading
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