Tuck students learn by doing. You will solve problems, collaborate, innovate, and lead.
Courses, centers, clubs, and programs provide a wide range of experiential learning opportunities.
The First-Year Project course (FYP) is an educational experience in which teams of five Tuck students apply classroom learning to complex, real-world business challenges for clients.
OnSite Global Consulting
OnSite Global Consulting is a field-study course in which students work with companies and NGOs operating outside the United States.
Global Insight Expeditions
Each academic year, Tuck offers half-term-elective courses called Global Insight Expeditions (GIXs) to selected countries. These faculty-led trips provide access to people and organizations shaping the global business environment
The Entrepreneurship Initiative makes a wealth of resources available through Tuck and the wider Dartmouth community. Hone your skills by learning by doing, nurture your project, and take your entrepreneurship learning experience to the next level.
Center for Business, Government & Society
The Center for Business & Society applies business knowledge to community needs and world issues. It can work across sectors to develop solutions. The opportunities are endless.
Barris Incubator Project
The Barris Incubator Project draws on the expertise of Tuck and Thayer faculty and graduate entrepreneurs who advise entrepreneurial‐minded students on selected projects.
Tuck Capital Partners
Tuck Capital Partners is an investment fund managed by second year students with assistance from first year students and undergraduates under the direction of the directors of Tuck's Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship.
Tuck Student Consulting Services
Tuck Student Consulting Services connects students with local businesses and non-profit initiatives and provides real-world experience in consulting, the opportunity to apply business skills, and a chance to volunteer in the community.