Dartmouth College: Tuck

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Tuck School of Business was founded in 1900 as the first graduate school of business, and carries forth the liberal arts tradition of Dartmouth College. Based in New England, the faculty are known for their commitment to teaching and groundbreaking research.
Unlike many top business schools, Tuck only offers the full-time MBA. This approach allows Tuck to adapt and innovate, while also creating a unique learning community catered to the individual student’s needs. Tuck provides unparalleled access to professors, peers, business and alumni, allowing for endless opportunities for personal growth and building meaningful relationships.
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