Co-Curricular Activities

Opportunities for global learning take place 24/7 here at Tuck, both inside and outside the classroom. 

Tuck has more than 40 student clubs, many of which are focused on a geographic region of the world or on a global theme.  Many of them host speakers or organize events with a global focus. For instance, the International Club organizes a series of Country Chats that enable students to share their business and cultural insights with fellow students.

Our nine centers and initiatives organize speaker series, conferences, and forums on global topics as well as offer students the opportunity to conduct research and write case studies focused on global issues through their MBA Fellows programs.

The Center for Global Business and Government hosts a Global Insights Speaker Series that brings distinguished visitors to Tuck to address the issues shaping the global economy, collaborates with students clubs to organize highlight weeks focusing on specific regions from multiple perspectives, and teams up with other centers and initiatives to organize events focused on topics such as corporate social responsibility, healthcare, and energy.

In April 2012, a group of students from the Tuck Latin American & Iberian Business Club, working with Tuck's Center for Global Business and Government, organized Latin America Highlight Week. The title was "Today and Tomorrow: The Role of Latin America in the World."