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, October 16, 2017By Akshat Kalra T’19 Long before I arrived in Hanover, many Tuckies had spoken about the initiation into the Tuck life: Fall A. In the excitement of moving and meeting new friends, I had forgotten about this four-week academic term that awaited us right after Orientation. I distinctly remember Continue Reading
Admissions, October 03, 2017With Tuck’s first application deadline (fast!) approaching, it's the perfect time to shed some light on our evaluation process. Below you’ll find an abbreviated excerpt from a recent Clear Admit interview with Tuck’s executive director of admissions and financial aid, Luke Anthony Continue Reading
Admissions, September 26, 2017At Tuck, you create your own future. Through everyday encounters with people who inspire you, global experiences that expand your horizons, and activities that connect you to our community for life, Tuck offers an education as individual as each of its students. Tuck’s Admissions Team is out and Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 21, 2017By Meghan McDavid T’18 Prominently displayed in NPR’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. is a poster of longtime NPR host Michel Martin invoking Shirley Chisholm to describe NPR’s independent status. “We are ‘unbought and unbossed.’ The listeners own us.” The reality Continue Reading
Admissions, September 19, 2017Hi everyone! To those planning to hit submit on October 4 (or before!) and those preparing for a future round, today we share with you a webinar all about Tuck’s application process. Admissions officer and member of the admissions committee, Stephanie Butler, shares tips on tackling essays, getting ready Continue Reading
Admissions, September 12, 2017There’s still time to apply for Tuck’s Women in Business Conference, or Diversity Conference! Why you should consider it: First and foremost, it’s an excellent opportunity to get to know Tuck. You’ll learn about Tuck’s rigorous curriculum from Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 12, 2017An Internship With The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation By Zoltan Czinkoczky T’18 As you walk around the headquarters of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation in Concord, NH, you sense that it’s a special place. First of all, the building used to be a Baptist church, among others. Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 11, 2017By Caroline Stern T'18 If you asked me a year ago what I would be doing for my summer internship, I never would have guessed that I would be working for a toy company. Prior to Tuck, I worked in a very different industry—wealth management—at a Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 08, 2017By Abbe Cart T'18 As a first-year student, there are many excellent reasons to partake in the joyful, graceless tradition of Women’s Tripod Hockey. Named for the two legs and stick that keep novice players upright, the late-night games are a unique opportunity to get to know Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 31, 2017By Joe Henderson T'18 Coming to Tuck from my previous career at a startup, I knew I was interested in exploring the venture capital (VC) space as an opportunity to combine my past experiences and my Tuck education to provide financing and strategic guidance to startups. Through my summer internship Continue Reading
Admissions, August 30, 2017Last week’s blog post was all about interview logistics. Now that you know what’s ahead of you, we wanted to share a few tips to help you nail it. While Tuck’s interviews are meant to be a conversation, they should still be taken as Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 29, 2017By Erica Toews T’18 Writer Clint Smith has four core principles posted in his high school English class: “Read critically. Write consciously. Speak clearly. Tell your truth.” Over the course of three workshops, my cohort of twenty-five Education Pioneers Fellows internalized this message, embracing vulnerability and engaging Continue Reading
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