“Tuck’s tight alumni network opens international doors and positions you as a global player.”
I chose Tuck because it’s such a close-knit, engaging community where people really care about each other. Knowing that I’ll probably be working in a big city after Tuck, I wanted to use this opportunity to experience a different lifestyle and go through a real, full immersion program. Hanover is a beautiful, natural environment, which sets the stage to build lifelong relationships.
Living in a foreign country isn’t necessarily an easy experience, but coming to Tuck was the perfect landing into the United States. Everyone has been helpful and supportive. From students to faculty to staff, everybody pitches in to help you grow personally and professionally.
The most important reason why international students should come to Tuck is that everybody here is so eager to help you make the transition to the United States. Also, the tight network of alumni opens international doors and positions you as a global player. Here, you’re welcomed as one of their own and you build strong relationships from your very first day.
Because of Tuck, I’ve gained a global business perspective. However, one of the most inspiring things about being at Tuck is seeing how committed your classmates are and what they’ve overcome and achieved to get here. They are brilliant people who have done everything from managing billions of dollars to designing rockets, and Tuck’s environment of collaborative learning allows you to interact with them peer-to-peer and to develop your skills.
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, BS, Informatics Engineering, 2011
Novatronic, Lima, Peru, research, development and innovation analyst, 2009-13
Tuck Soccer Club; Tuck Indoor Soccer Team, co-captain; Tuck Consulting Club
First-Year Project in Peru for Artoo, a technology startup from India looking to enter the Peruvian market
First-year Project in Peru
The Parthenon Group, Boston, Mass., summer principal
John Replogle D’88, CEO of Seventh Generation
Tuck is a life-changing two years where you learn from every single experience. It has not only helped me to improve my academic knowledge and to build new skills, but also to become a better person.