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Finance Your Degree

The Tuck MBA is an investment in yourself.

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. Tuck admits a highly qualified and diverse class of students without regard to their financial circumstances. 

Learn more on planning for your MBA in the latest blog from Tuck Financial Aid. 

"I’ve formed relationships with classmates, professors, and staff at Tuck that I truly consider invaluable and life-long. It sounds trite, but both personally and professionally Tuck has changed my trajectory for the better, and you really can’t put a price on that. Tuck is a once in a lifetime experience, so my outlook has been to be responsible with my money, but also know that there are always creative solutions to make the Tuck experience that I want for myself possible."
 

Jane Maglaque T'21

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Jane Maglaque T'21

CLASS OF 2022 FINANCIAL PROFILE

[Academic Year 2020-21]

*Includes scholarships and/or educational loans of those receiving aid.
**Total cost of attendance covered with personal resources beyond student loans, scholarships, grants, and sponsorships.

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