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.
Guest Student Contributor, March 07, 2016By Fernando Plubins Schneider T'16 Growing up in Brazil, a series of unfortunate events made my early years in life very challenging. However, everything changed when I met wonderful people during my journey who helped me in many different ways. Some were great mentors who I looked to for advice. Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, March 02, 2016Duncan McDougall is the founder and Executive Director of the Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) which he has run for 18 years. Duncan has worked as a management consultant, freelance writer, teacher, and public radio commentator. Duncan graduated from the Tuck School of Business in 1987 where he was awarded the Continue Reading
Admissions, March 01, 2016Researching programs and schools. This step of the application process will likely be ongoing and should not be minimized. While there are several programs that offer a great education, what sets them apart from one another? How do you determine the ever important topic of fit? Probably the best way Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 25, 2016By Rob Thelen T'16 FliQ is my startup. We want to change the way that people interact and exchange information. We have come a long way. FliQ started as a pitch at a Dartmouth start-up weekend (three-day event at the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network (DEN) where you pitch, form a Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 22, 2016A Q&A with Gus Zhao T’17. Tell me a little about Tuck Pride and how you found out about it. Tuck Pride's primary goal is to increase LGBT awareness. In addition to a big Tuck ‘Tails event in the fall, Tuck Pride Continue Reading
Admissions, February 18, 2016Ahhhh Round 3. The April Round (as we refer to it at Tuck) is notoriously the most competitive since the majority of the class has been decided. Wait! Don’t go, keep reading! Although the climb may be steeper, reaching the finish line via the final application round IS Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 16, 2016A conversation with Robert Thelen T'16 who interned at Google this past summer. Q: What were you doing before Tuck? A: I was a captain in the United States Air Force. I basically had three jobs over my eight-year Air Force Career: Aircraft Maintenance Officer, Combat Advisor, and Acquisitions Continue Reading
Guest Contributor, February 15, 2016Every month, a student or alum takes over the Tuck School Instagram to show their week or day in the life. Here's what a typical day at Amazon is like for Anne Carrihill T'11. Anne Carrihill T'11 manages the Instock team for Continue Reading
Admissions, February 12, 2016Sudershan Tirumala T’10 is Associate Director of Admissions and Regional Director of India and South East Asia. He hits the nail on the head once again with a new post on MBA Crystal Ball - this time as he tackles the ever-present, but often ambiguous issue Continue Reading
CDO, February 09, 2016Deirdre O’Donnell is an associate director of Tuck's Career Development Office (CDO). Discuss how you’d prepare for fit interviews for the investment banking industry. The first thing that’s very important is to understand what the desired skill set is for the industry. There Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 04, 2016By Emma He T’17 Tuck has become my home away from home. My first fall at Tuck was full of challenges and fun—here are five experiences I enjoyed the most. 1. Mini Hockey League Ice hockey is a key tradition for students at Tuck. Hockey is separated into Continue Reading
Admissions, February 02, 2016It’s not a secret. MBA candidates use admissions consultants. Not all of you, we know. But enough, and we want to address the use of consultants head on. There are appropriate and inappropriate ways to engage admissions consulting services. So let’s answer some questions about using Continue Reading
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