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.
Admissions, November 22, 2016Tuck's Student Ambassador Team collaborates with the Admissions Office to share their Tuck experience with prospective students. The Team is structured by geographical region, with an SAT Captain leading each. In the following months, we'll introduce you to them. Today, meet Chun-Yi (Jonathan) Wang, T'18 and Asia Continue Reading
Admissions, November 15, 2016Tuck’s Career Development Office (CDO) assists students in achieving consistent career success—helping Tuck maintain its position at the top of national MBA employment rankings. Elizabeth Napier T’91, Associate Director of the Career Development Office, and current second-year students Brian Cook, Clair Briggs, Nick Ritter, Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, November 01, 2016Tuck's Student Ambassador Team collaborates with the Admissions Office to share their Tuck experience with prospective students. The Team is structured by geographical region, with an SAT Captain leading each. In the following months, we'll introduce you to them starting with Roy Movshovitz-Moav, T'18 and Middle-East Captain. Please Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, October 31, 2016A Q&A with Rachel Phillips, a first-year student at Tuck. How did you first learn about Tuck? I first learned about Tuck through the Consortium application. The Consortium seeks to identify students with a passion for increasing underrepresented minorities in business education and leadership. I then Continue Reading
Admissions, October 18, 2016Greetings! Today we’re excited to resurrect a blog series from last spring, “Straight Outta Q&A.” While the questions we hear in our on-campus Q&A session (part of every prospective student visit) can run the gamut, some stick out as being really insightful Continue Reading
Admissions, October 11, 2016Okay, so you’ve put your blood, sweat, and tears into preparing the perfect application. You double (no triple) checked it for any mistakes. Then…you hit the submit button. What happens next? Every school handles the evaluation and committee process a little differently, but here’s Continue Reading
Kristin Roth - Admissions, October 05, 2016By Kristin Roth, Associate Director of Admissions Thank you to everyone who participated in the GMAT Club chat last week! Our topic was intended to provide an opportunity for you to express concerns about various aspects of your candidacy and of course, for us to address them. Here are the Continue Reading
Stephanie Butler, September 27, 2016By Stephanie Butler, Assistant Director of Admissions Hi all! As frequent readers of the Tuck 360: MBA Blog you might have seen this list before. I just shared it in webinar form over at Beat the GMAT though, so it's been on my mind! Tuck's admissions Continue Reading
Admissions, September 20, 2016Greetings! This is an exciting time in Tuck’s Admissions Office—after months of relative calm, it’s once again buzzing with prospective students. These future Tuckies have converged in Hanover to conduct their official admissions interview and to experience the community that they might one day Continue Reading
Admissions, August 30, 2016Tuck has several opportunities for students to customize their MBA experience around individual areas of interest or areas that are of particular relevance to the next step in their career. Elective courses, independent study, Research-to-Practice Seminars, student-led clubs and conferences, and Research Centers & Initiatives are great ways to do Continue Reading
Admissions, August 23, 2016Letters of recommendation (LOR) provide us with additional insight into your career success/potential, as well as your personal and professional strengths and weaknesses. The LOR is the only part of the application not completed by the applicant themselves. Because they're not writing it, it’s common Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 16, 2016By Leeann Bo T'18 Leeann grew up in Ohio and New Jersey. She spent (almost) the last decade in New York City, with the exception of a semester in Florence, Italy. She graduated from New York University's Stern School of Business and worked in investment banking prior Continue Reading
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