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Founded in 1900 as the country’s first graduate school of management, Dartmouth Tuck is one of the smallest top-tier MBA programs, known for its close-knit community and collaborative culture. And although job offers are plentiful for those interested in finance and consulting, Tuck’s strong general management program prepares students to succeed in various industries, including entrepreneurship, consumer goods/retail, technology, health care, and nonprofit. Learn more about its unique First-Year Project, Research-to-Practice Seminars, Center for Leadership, Dean Paul Danos, Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, and opportunities to bond with classmates via the Tuck Winter Carnival, Tuck ’Tails, and lots of hockey.
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