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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.

My Journey from China to Tuck - Part II

Guest Student Contributor, August 08, 2013

Originally 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 


Life in (and around) Hanover: Our Summer, so far

Marcy H. TP'14, July 27, 2013

Is 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 


Community, Community, Community: From Latin America to Hanover

Blog Guest, July 25, 2013

Juan 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 


A Pre-Tuck Summer

Blog Guest, July 23, 2013

Ankit Sood, T'15, couldn't wait to get on campus to write a second blog post.  If you haven't already, check out his first contribution here.  Then read on to see what he's been up to since! A few days ago, I had written my Continue Reading 


A Partner’s Summer in Hanover: July

Claire B. TP14, July 19, 2013

Most (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 


The Military to Tuck Transition

Adam Ranson, July 14, 2013

Hi 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 


The Power of Tuck - Early Reflections of a T’15

Blog Guest, July 08, 2013

Ankit Sood is an incoming T'15 from India, where he worked in human resources and consulting for the previous 4 years.  He is raring to start life in Hanover with his fellow Tuckies.  Having blogged as an applicant, Ankit now looks to pay it forward to future Tuckies by Continue Reading 


Why I Chose a Dual Degree

Adam Ranson, July 04, 2013

Hello again, everyone.  I hope that I didn’t miss the mark too badly with my last post by jumping right into the mechanics of my dual degree program without really explaining why I chose to do it in the first place.  With that in mind, I Continue Reading 


Exploring the Upper Valley

Marcy H. TP'14, June 11, 2013

So here we are-- my husband, Zach (T'14), just finished his first year at Tuck, my Facebook page is filled with photos of proud T'13s in their graduation caps and gowns, and a steady stream of moving trucks are coming through Sachem as many Tuckies, Partners, and families take Continue Reading 


ASW - Awesome. Super. Wonderful

Nancy G.- Admissions, June 06, 2013

T'15 Maryn J. couldn't wait until she arrived on campus in August to start sharing her Tuck expereince, so she sent us this post about her Admitted Student Weekend expereince. You can look forward to more posts by Maryn as she ventures into her first year at Tuck. ________________________________________________________________________ Continue Reading 


Tuck Follies

Marcy H. TP'14, May 28, 2013

We already know that Tuckies are an incredibly talented bunch-- admissions makes sure of that! Students come here with a variety of different experiences and backgrounds, each lending their own unique strengths to the mix. Some talents will shine bright inside the classroom...while others might not become clear until Continue Reading 


Reach The Beach is Back

Pete. T'13, May 14, 2013

Been a while but wanted to throw a quick post out there. The Reach the Beach relay is a 200 mile race from Wachussett Mountain to Westport beach, MA. There are 12 runners per team and the race takes place over roughly 24 hours. Each team member runs between 10-20 miles to Continue Reading 


Sometimes I still can’t believe I get to live here

Marcy H. TP'14, May 12, 2013

Every once in a while I'll start taking it for granted, then I'll stop and really look around and am wowed all over again at the natural beauty that surrounds me. Maybe it sounds cheesy, but I feel really lucky to get to live here.   Children at Continue Reading 


The Upper Valley in Full Bloom

Marcy H. TP'14, May 07, 2013

It's been sunny and in the 70's for a full week now, and the local flora is most definitely taking advantage of all this glorious warmth and sunshine-- every day I see more green as trees sprout new leaves, and flowers are blooming everything.  I am in awe Continue Reading 


Spring is here!

Claire B. TP14, May 01, 2013

Though you'd think it's summer, it's 76 degrees today! We spent all of the weekend outdoors enjoying the warm weather (we're in the 70s all this week, which is incredible).  On Saturday I caught some games of the MBA World Cup tournament hosted up here Continue Reading 


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