Tuck School of Business
Tuck in a nutshell
Among the Ivy League business schools, the Tuck School of Business has a special place. It was the first to offer a Masters degree in managing business way back in 1900. After all these years, it is still among the smallest MBA programs. Tuck is known for its close-knit community. Tuckies (as Tuck students and graduates are known) are loyal. They contribute the highest (70%) among any elite bschool.
Tuck MBA Class Profile
The Tuck MBA class has 286 students enrolled in the MBA program. The gender ratio is 58 :42 (Male:Female) with 32% international students. The average student is 28 years old. Almost 70% of the students have a background in consulting, financial services or government roles (including NGO and military). The average GMAT score for the Tuck MBA was 717 with the scores ranging from 680-760 (80 percentile). The program accepts applications from candidates who have 3-year degrees.
The Tuck Experience
What Tuck Looks for
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