|As one of the leading MBA programs in the United States, Tuck School of Business
offers the following concentrations towards an MBA degree. Please
keep reading to see the major employers of MBA graduates of Tuck School of Business.
On the following screen, you will also see all materials required
for MBA admissions application, including MBA essays, reference
letters, TOEFL score, and application fee. By clicking the logo
below, you can see detailed admissions statistics for Tuck School of Business.|
Strategic Management, Finance, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Technology
TOP 10 EMPLOYERS
- Bain & Co.
- McKinsey & Co.
- Booz, Allen & Hamilton
- Goldman Sachs & Co.
- Mercer Management Consulting
- Boston Consulting Group
- Andersen Consulting
- The Parthenon Group
4 required essays
Interview (strongly recommended)
2 letters of recommendation
1 official transcript from each institute
GMAT (ETS code: 3351)
$ 175 application fee
International applicants should also provide:
The Admissions office reports that “although the GMAT, GPA, and work
experience are very important, we look for well-roundedness in our
candidates; a formula is not used to determine admission. Tuck looks for
applicants who exhibit leadership, creativity, and a strong foundation of
business skills.” Strong letters of recommendation are important.
An interview is also strongly recommended. Tuck admits students by “rounds”.
It is advisable to apply “within the first three” since the applicant pool
is so competitive. Only 12 percent of applications are accepted.
The admissions committee considers your responses to the following questions
important in the selection process. Please respond fully but concisely to
each question. While there are no restrictions for the length of your
responses, most applicants use 500–1,000 words or fewer for each essay.
Please begin each essay on a separate sheet of paper and put your name on
each sheet. Your essays should be typed and double-spaced.
1. Discuss your career progression to date. Elaborating on your short- and
long-term goals, how do you see your career progressing after you receive an
MBA? Why do you want an MBA from Tuck?
2. The cooperative manager understands the critical role of collaborative
effort in successful organizations.
3. Developing the ability to work effectively in diverse teams is a crucial
element of a Tuck education. Please tell us when in your post-collegiate
personal or professional experiences you have played a major role in moving
a team toward a goal, and describe what you learned in that experience. How
will this impact your time at Tuck?
4. What are your interests outside your job or school?
5. Optional. The admissions committee welcomes any additional comments you
may wish to provide in support of your application. If your credentials and
application represent you fully, do not feel obligated to write anything
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