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Tuck MBA – Class profile, employment report, notable alumni

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth college founded in 1900 is the oldest graduate business school. It was the first business school in the world to offer a master’s degree in business. Tuck School of Business is also one of the six Ivy League business schools. The other five are Wharton, Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, Johnson, and Yale SOM. Tuck School of business is also the only top business school with a small class size of around 284 students and a rural setting. Tuck MBA is also continuously ranked among the top 10 MBA programs in the US.

If Tuck School of Business is your target business school, this article will help you in researching the class profile and career prospects Tuck MBA can offer you.

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General information on the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

Location – 100 Tuck Hall, Hanover, NH 03755, USA

Dean – Matthew J. Slaughter

Admissions Office – Tuck School of Business, 100 Tuck Hall, Hanover, NH 03755 USA
Office of Admissions: 603-646-3162

tuck.admissions@tuck.dartmouth.edu

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Tuck MBA Class profile, cost of attendance, median salary

Below are the details on the Tuck MBA class profile, cost of attendance, median salary.

S. No. Tuck School of Business Numbers
1 Average GMAT 723
2 Average GPA 3.52
3 Class Size 284
4 GMAT Range 620 – 780
5 Work Experience (Average) 63 months
6 Tuck Tuition Fee (Per Year) $75,108
7 Average Age 28
8 % of Offer Acceptance within 3 months of graduation 93%
9 Median Base Salary $140,000
10 Median Signing Bonus $30,000

Here is the list of the total cost (tuition fee + living expenses) of top MBA programs across the world

Tuck MBA: Class of 2021 Enrollment

Here are the detailed statistics on the Tuck MBA class profile 2021:

Applications received ~ 2032
Enrolled 284
GMAT Scores 620 – 780
Undergraduate GPA 2.35 – 4.0
Average age 28 years
% of women in the class 42%
% of international citizens 38%
Countries represented by Citizenship 45

Tuck MBA Cost of Attendance

The total Tuck MBA cost of attendance for the academic year 2019 – 20 is $109,120, which includes the Tuck MBA Tuition fee and other costs.

Tuck MBA Cost of Attendance

 

Tuck MBA cost

Class of 2021

On-Campus

Off-Campus

Tuition $75,108 $75,108
Books and supplies $1,500 1,500
Housing $12,750 $15,742
Miscellaneous and health Expenses $15,573 $18,501
Program Fee $3,489 $3,489
Board $700 $700
Total Tuck MBA Cost $109,120 $115,040

Learn  How to make your MBA pocket friendly in 2020.

Pre-MBA industry of Tuck School of Business: Class of 2021 Enrollment

Like a lot of business schools, the pre-MBA industry of Tuck MBA class comes predominantly from consulting and financial services. However, what differentiates its class is the share of Government/Education/ Nonprofit industries which is 13%.

Pre-MBA Industry – Tuck MBA  class of 2021 Enrollment

Industry Percentage
Financial Services 25%
Consulting 20%
Government/Education/Nonprofit 13%
Technology 13%
Consumer Goods, Retail 7%
Energy 6%
Health Care, Pharma, Biotech 7%
Media, Entertainment 2%
Manufacturing 4%
Other 1%

Tuck MBA Application deadlines 2019 – 2020

Tuck MBA class is small as compared to other top business schools which makes its selection process highly competitive. Therefore, it is very important that you have your application ready by Round 1 or Round 2.

Learn here why applying in Round 1 or Round 2 is important.

Tuck MBA Application Round Application Deadline Applicant-Initiated Interview Deadline Admissions Decision
Round 1 October 7, 2019 November 1, 2019 December 12, 2019
Round 2 January 6, 2020 January 31, 2020 March 12, 2020
Round 3 March 30, 2020 April 2, 2020 May 7, 2020

Tuck MBA employment report of graduating class of 2019

38% of Tuck School of Business graduating class of 2019 found employment in Consulting followed by 24% in Finance and 19% in Technology. Students employed in the Consulting industry fetched the highest median salary of $ 165,000. Take a look at detailed employment statics on employment by industry, job function, and location for more information.

Tuck MBA: Employment by industry

Investment Banking fetched the second-highest median salary of $150,000 after Consulting ($165,000)  and Private Equity/Venture Capital ($147,000). Below is the detailed employment report of the Tuck MBA outgoing class of 2019.

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Industry Percent (%) Mean ($) Median ($) Min ($) Max ($)
Consulting 38 152,522 165,000 53,673 170,000
Technology 19 128,499 126,000 80,000 180,000
Financial Services 24 136,098 145,000 38,505 200,00

Investment Banking

9 146,588 150,000 92,000 150,000

Investment Management

3 136,250 135,000 125,000 150,000

Private Equity, Venture Capital

4 141,667 147,500 95,000 200,000

Other

8 121,900 125,000 38,505 170,000
Health Care, Pharma, Biotech 5 130,400 130,000 115,000 145,000
Consumer Goods, Retail 4 125,933 130,000 105,000 140,000
Manufacturing 4 120,652 120,000 104,865 140,000
Transportation 2 NA NA NA NA
Media, Entertainment, Sports 1 NA NA NA NA
Energy 1 NA NA NA NA
Government, Nonprofit, Education 1 NA NA NA NA
Hospitality 1 NA NA NA NA
Real Estate 2 125,359 127,500 101,438 145,000
All Industries 100 139,046 140,000 38,505 200,000

Tuck MBA: Employment by job function

44% of Tuck MBA class of 2019 found employment in the job function Consulting followed by 17% in finance and 15% in general management.

 

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Function Percent (%) Mean ($) Median ($) Min ($) Max ($)
Consulting 44 150,359 160,000 53,673 170,000
Finance 17 139,346 150,000 95,000 200,000
Investment Banking 8 147,941 150,000 115,000 150,000
Corporate Finance 2 130,000 130,000 110,000 150,000
Investment Management 1 136,667 135,000 125,000 150,000
Private Equity, Venture Capital 3 133,573 123,219 95,000 200,000
Real Estate 1 NA NA NA NA
Marketing 10 123,095 120,000 80,000 180,000
General Management 15 126,145 125,000 116,000 145,000
Operations, Logistics 7 126,305 130,000 104,865 140,000
Human Resources 1 NA NA NA NA
Others 7 129,883 132,500 38,505 175,000
All Functions 100 139,046 140,000 38,505 200,000

Tuck MBA: Employment by location

90% of Tuck MBA class found employment in the US with 54% finding employment in the North East US. Students employed in the Chicago area fetched the highest median salary of $163,750 followed by $152,500 in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Below are the detailed numbers.

Location Percent Mean ($) Median ($) Min ($) Max ($)
United States 90 142,329 145,000 80,000 200,000
Northeast 54 141,785 150,000 80,000 200,000
Boston 30 142,381 145,000 80,000 200,000
New York 22 141,664 150,000 92,000 170,000
Other 2 133,750 130,000 125,000 150,000
West 15 142,174 140,000 114,000 180,000
Seattle 5 141,000 136,000 118,000 165,000
San Francisco Bay Area 7 147,279 141,000 114,400 180,000
Other 3 130,700 133,500 115,000 150,000
Midwest 8 148,026 150,000 115,000 170,000
Chicago 6 152,679 163,750 115,000 170,000
Minneapolis-St. Paul 1 1152,500 152,500 140,000 165,000
Other 1 123,333 125,000 120,000 125,000
Mid-Atlantic 6 135,892 125,000 109,700 165,000
Southwest 5 139,750 150,000 105,000 170,000
South 1 NA NA NA NA
Outside U.S. 10 106,217 108,160 38,505 135,000
Asia 4 124,324 129,785 97,461 135,000
Central America, Caribbean 2 81,402 81,052 38,505 125,000
Africa 1 NA NA NA NA
Canada 1 NA NA NA NA
Europe 1 105,793 107,781 101,438 108,160
South America 2 92,839 92,839 82,356 103,322
All Locations 100 139,046 140,000 38,505 200,000

Notable Alumni

tuck mba notable alumni

  • Christopher A. Sinclair – Executive Chairman and former CEO of Mattel, Inc., and former Chairman and CEO of Pepsi-Cola
  • Michael Armstrong – CEO and chairman of AT&T
  • John Bell – Founder and former CEO of SoBe
  • Janet L. Robinson – President and CEO of the New York Times Company
  • Tina Smith – Senator from Minnesota 2018-Present
  • Don M. Wilson III – Chief Risk Officer of JPMorgan Chase 2003–2006
  • Sarah Irving – Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer of Irving Oil
  • Roger Lynch – CEO of Pandora Radio, former CEO of Sling TV
  • Kevin McGrath – CEO of Digital Angel

MBA Program Consideration Set:

Stretch Schools: Harvard, Stanford, Wharton

Match Schools: Chicago Booth, Kellogg, MIT Sloan, UC Berkeley Haas

Safety Schools: Duke Fuqua, Darden, NYU Stern, Michigan Ross, Yale, Cornell SC Johnson

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