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.
Revers Center for Energy, December 05, 2018Henry Karongo is a director of business management at NextEra Energy Resources at Juno Beach, Florida. 1. What was the most important part of your Tuck experience that you’ve taken with you to your job and/or life? Tuck taught me the value of the general management toolkit. In Continue Reading
Gavin Loudfoot T’20, December 04, 2018By Gavin Loudfoot T’20 I’m pleased to announce that Tuck’s ‘Buyout Brigade’ achieved multiple successes at this year’s MIT Private Equity Competition. On a rainy November morning, five of us battled the elements and hiked across town, arriving at MIT Continue Reading
Pat Harrison, December 04, 2018One of Tuck’s defining features is our small student body. The personal scale of the program is critical to creating the immersive and collaborative trust-based community for which Tuck is known. The unfortunate result of a small student body is that the Admissions team cannot admit anywhere near Continue Reading
Keerthi Vallabhapurapu T’20, November 29, 2018It was a few months ago that I first arrived at Tuck. As someone who was born and bred in an 8 million strong city in India, I would be amiss if I did not talk about 12,000 strong Hanover experience. For those of you who read Agatha Christie growing up, Hanover Continue Reading
Admissions, November 13, 2018The Tuck MBA is an investment in yourself, and your capacity for wise leadership. The best time to start planning financially for your MBA is before you apply to business school, and after reflecting on your professional and personal aspirations. It’s important to be true to your goals. Continue Reading
Kevin Yuan T'20, November 12, 2018When most people think about energy, they probably imagine a wind turbine, solar panels, or an oil refinery plant. What most people don’t realize is there was probably a private equity firm investing capital to kickstart the construction of the turbine and there was probably a data analytics Continue Reading
Luke Anthony Peña, October 29, 2018Happy October, friends! My Admissions colleagues and I are (mostly) off the road and back at our base camp. Autumn is a beautiful time to visit Tuck, and we’ve been hosting many of you for campus visits. Several hundred of you Continue Reading
Daniel Hasler T’19, October 23, 2018By Daniel Hasler T’19 Outside of a well-rounded core curriculum, a close knit-community, and a wide array of extracurricular opportunities, I came to Tuck to get outside. Having spent the last three years living and working in Washington, DC, I was ready for a break from midnight sirens and Continue Reading
Tuck Communications, October 17, 2018John Gardner T'13 is the founder and CEO of Kudos, a tech-enabled personal training service that combines a human coach with a personalized exercise and nutrition program delivered via SMS, video chat and an app. Before Kudos, he was COO at BuildZoom, a home improvement marketplace and a Continue Reading
Dan Sunderland T’20, October 09, 2018Sandwiched between fall semester classes, club meetings and recruiting events, a group of Tuck and Thayer students recently enjoyed a September afternoon exploring the US energy industry. This one-day course, sponsored by the Revers Center for Energy, gave a broad overview of the energy landscape from customers to physical Continue Reading
Tolu Kehinde T'19, September 28, 2018Tolu Kehinde is an MD-MBA student from Nigeria, who moonlights as a New Englander. She is a believer in the transformative power of words in all forms and hopes to one day be able to say she contributed significantly to African healthcare. For close to a decade, I’ve Continue Reading
Hudson Leung T'19, September 25, 2018They told me I’d be working on multiple engagements. “Two or three,” I thought. “Four would be pushing it, right? No way it’ll be any more than four—that’s too much to juggle.” Five full engagements and 10 weeks later, Continue Reading
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