This is part of our series profiling different graduate degree programs and graduate schools at U.S. universities for international students on an F1 Visa or J1 Visa. This week we profile the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
- Located in charming Hanover, New Hampshire
- This private Ivy League school has a decorated history and reputation.
- An excellent choice for international students looking to receive their MBA in the United States.
- 38 different countries are represented in the current MBA class.
- Tuck hopes to teach its students how to become a part of something larger that themselves.
- Tuck also tries to instill upon its students a sense of confident humility, a trait that the school thinks is vital for leaders.
- Prepares students to tackle the issues and future issues facing our diverse world.
- The Dean teaches students that reflection today empowers everyone to take wiser actions tomorrow.
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College is both nationally and globally recognized as a top business school.
Perhaps the most important rankings that the Tuck School of business holds, however, according to US News is a #6 ranking in Management and a #8 ranking overall – meaning that it is the eighth best business school in the United States. Both of these rankings should have a high appeal to international students.
Please remember this is not an exhaustive list of rankings held by Tuck. These are only a few of the significant ones. Feel free to perform your own research to find more rankings!
Degrees and Programs
The Tuck School of Business, unlike most other business schools, really emphasizes its MBA Program. This is important for international students to note because the degrees and programs offered at Tuck are not quite as diverse as they may be at other schools. However, an emphasis on the MBA Program means that you can expect a lot out of it.
The Tuck School of Business also offers a plethora of joint and dual degree programs. We suggest visiting the Tuck website for more information on the joint and dual degree programs.