- Tuck features a highly focused student-to-teacher ratio (9:1).
- The Economist ranked Tuck School of Business the world's best of its kind in 2011.
- Pricey: Tuck students can expect to pay more than $80,000 per year.
- Competitive: In 2009, the school posted an approximately 10% acceptance rate, some 240 accepted from about 2,300 applicants.
The Bottom Line
- A world renown institution with an extraordinary legacy of quick post-graduation job-placement among its alumni, Tuck School of Business is a prized MBA program among would-be candidates. Small class size, a focus on the student's professional and academic goals instead of rote majors, and the idyllic environs of north-central New Hampshire's mountains make for a solid argument that its mid-five-figure tuition brings high value.
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College - located
in Hanover, New Hampshire - is home to a single degree
program, its MBA. Tuck is open to applicants that have not already
acquired an MBA, although some international students with a
business-related degree similar to an...