Our collective global mindset means that we value differences, encourage empathy towards the ideas and experiences of others, and educate leaders to successfully navigate the workforce of tomorrow while operating across different cultures, economies, and markets. International students add diverse perspectives to every element of the Tuck student experience. From study groups and class discussions to culture chats and fun treks, Tuck students share their values and experiences in a trust-based collaborative community where all members invest in and empower one another to reach their most aspirational goals.
As you embark on your MBA journey, learn more about Tuck by connecting with members of our community.
"I chose Tuck, because of its world-class professors and industry leaders, its tight-knit community, and its wonderful opportunities for my family living in Sachem Village."
Linda Horner T'20 | Read her story
Hometown: Kampala, Uganda
Our team of career advisors are industry experts who will work closely with you to develop your personalized post-MBA career strategy. They will help you understand and prepare for the recruiting process, share opportunities that have historically been available to international students, and help coordinate MBA networking and interview opportunities as they support and empower you to identify and reach your goals.
Tuck has active recruiting relationships with more than 1,000 organizations. Top hiring companies for international students include Amazon, Analysis Group, Bain & Company, Bank of America, Barclays, Boston Consulting Group, Colgate-Palmolive, CVS Health, Danaher, Ecolab, Google, J.P. Morgan, McKinsey & Company, and Samsung Global Strategy Group. You can review recruiting policies for international students here.
For a comprehensive overview of Tuck’s employment results, review our 2021 MBA Employment Report.
"Learning about so many new cultures, working with a large organization, and using everything I had learned in my first year to make a real impact at a company was probably the most defining experience I have had at Tuck.”
Abhijeet Deshmukh T'19 | Read his story
Hometown: Mumbai, India
All applicants are required to complete an online application. International applicants may apply in any round. U.S. visa eligibility forms will be made available to all accepted international students after they have paid the enrollment deposit.
For additional information on application policies including transcript and reference translations, English Language Proficiency, and more, please review our application materials and Admissions FAQs pages.
Tuck's STEM Designated MBA Program grants an additional 24 months of Optional Practical Training. Tuck students who have taken the required coursework in Management Science and Quantitative Methods may receive formal recognition for their course of study.
From scholarships to loans to fellowships, there are many financing options for the MBA experience. The Financial Aid Office is ready to connect with you and is prepared to answer questions specific to the international student financial aid experience.
Tuck provides assistance in facilitating the U.S. visa process through the Dartmouth Office for Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS). OVIS is a resource for international applicants preparing to study at Tuck and provides support services to guide admitted students through the visa process.