By Tuck Communications, March 2013
Published Mar 26, 2013
Tuck had the 4th highest average combination of starting salary and bonus among the business schools ranked.
This ranking is based on a combination of surveys of deans and recruiters and statistical indicators that measure the quality of a school's students and employment results. In the specialty rankings, Tuck was highlighted as a top school in the management category. This portion of the ranking is based on ratings by educators at peer schools. Business school deans and program heads were asked to nominate programs for excellence in each of the specialty categories. Also noteworthy is that Tuck had the 4th highest average combination of starting salary and bonus among the business schools ranked. And, among the top schools, Tuck had the second highest percentage (93%) of graduates employed three months after graduation.