MBA Roll Call with Tuck Business School!
Greenwich, CT • December 7, 2006
85 Broads invites you to join Dawna Clarke, Director of Admissions at Tuck Business School, along with current Tuck students, alumnae from our network and members of the Admissions team on DECEMBER...
Thu, Dec 7 12:00 PM - Fri, Dec 8 5:00 AM ESTN/A
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Greenwich, CT 06830
85 Broads invites you to join Dawna Clarke, Director of Admissions at Tuck Business School, along with current Tuck students, alumnae from our network and members of the Admissions team on DECEMBER 7TH at 12PM EST for an MBA ROLL CALL!
The 85 Broads MBA Roll Call program connects you to Admissions Directors at top graduate business schools who can best answer your toughest questions. How many years of work experience do you need before applying to B-school? Who should be writing your recommendations? Get all of your questions answered during our monthly calls!
PLEASE RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 6th!
We apologize for the short notice. If you cannot make this call, we hope you can participate in our December 19th call with the Yale School of Management!
Dial-in number: 319-256-0100
Access code: 1053165#
The Tuck MBA Difference
(Information below from the Tuck Business School)
Innovation: Tuck provides a diverse set of experiences for students through opportunities offered by the Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship, Cohen Leadership Development Program, and the Center for International Business. An “Ethics in Action” mini-course, offered in conjunction with the Allwin Initiative gives students the opportunity to learn from professors in different disciplines of ethical challenges such as child labor abroad or the accounting scandals that destroyed Arthur Anderson and Enron. Tuck’s Global Consultancy program through the Center for International Business offers the opportunity for students to put their education into practice worldwide. On-site consulting projects are carried out by small teams of students working under the supervision of Tuck professors who have extensive consulting backgrounds. Thus far, students have consulted global corporations, non-profits, and governments and have completed 85 projects in more than 35 countries for leading companies such as Unilever, Citibank, Eli Lilly, Hewlett-Packard, International Finance Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, Nike, Timberland, Walt Disney, DuPont, Whirlpool and Asian Development Bank.
Size and Scope: Tuck offers only one degree program—the full-time MBA. Such focus allows Tuck to offer outstanding support to our students and faculty. Through rigorous coursework students will acquire the knowledge needed to lead—in finance, strategy, marketing, general management, and more. The personal scale of Tuck’s student body and commitment of our faculty give students significant access to outstanding teachers at the forefront of their fields. All our full-time faculty teach in the MBA program. And 86 percent of classes are taught by full-time Tuck faculty or visitors with comparable profiles. Our curriculum is closely integrated from course to course and refreshed by new insights from our expert faculty, visiting business leaders, and accomplished alumni.
Leadership Learning: Leadership development is central to our mission. Students will leave Tuck with the ability to understand and balance the organizational, financial, ethical, political, and societal implications of decisions effectively—and take responsibility for the decisions of the entire organization. The Cohen Leadership Development Program is multifaceted—in addition to coursework and coaching, the program includes self- and peer assessment, goal-setting, design and implementation of individual leadership development plans, a leadership speaker series, career development, and other activities. It ensures that every student gets individual coaching designed to bring out unique leadership strengths.
Global Alumni Network: Our alumni rise to the top of their organizations— over 70 percent attain a title like CEO, CFO, partner, founder, or president within 20 years. They will be there for students and fellow alumni at every turn in their career path, whether stepping back in or changing directions. This community of support goes with all Tuck alumni wherever they go in the world.
Engaged Community: Students feel Tuck’s community dynamic as soon as they set foot on campus. It’s an intense camaraderie that starts in the study groups. It’s having dinner with a professor and gaining a new perspective on the market. It’s sending an email to an alum and hearing back the same day. From club meetings to student-run symposia, there are many ways to get involved at Tuck. The diversity of our campus nurtures individuals. Whether students are single, married, international, on campus, off campus, fresh out of school or already accomplished in the workplace, there are no pigeon holes at Tuck.
For more information about Tuck Business School, visit www.tuck.dartmouth.edu.
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