Tuck School of Business Dartmouth College
The Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business is the private graduate business school associated with the Dartmouth College. The Tuck School of Business is located in Hanover, New Hampshire. The Tuck School of Business is one among the six prestigious Ivy League business schools. The business school was established in 1900 and became the first higher education institute to offer the MBA degree. The Tuck School of Business sees an annual enrollment of over 560 students.
The MBA Scholarships
There are many MBA scholarship opportunities available for students studying at the Tuck School of Business. All scholarships are awarded at admission to qualified applicants. Applicants wishing to be considered for these MBA scholarship opportunities are required to submit a scholarship application with the business school.
The List of MBA Scholarships
Below is a list of MBA scholarship opportunities available to applicants at the Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business.
Merit and Need Based MBA Scholarships
Description: These scholarships are available for both residents of the United States as well as international students based on their individual financial need as well as their personal merit. In order to assess a person’s merit the school considers the following factors:
- Leadership qualities
- Academic performance
- Professional achievements
- Services rendered to their communities
- The ability to contribute to the diversity of the MBA program
Award: These scholarships award $5,000 to fully funded MBA scholarships. The amount awarded is determined by the individual’s financial needs as well as their merit.
Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management Scholarships
Description: These scholarships are available for members of the Consortium.
Forte Foundation MBA Scholarships
Description: These scholarships are designed to attract qualified female applicants. The scholarships intend to help promote more women into business leadership positions.
Award: These scholarships usually come as fully funded MBA scholarships.
Center for Business and Society Scholarships
Description: The Center for Business and Society in partnership with the Career Development Center at the Tuck School of Business works together to support applicants that are interested in pursuing careers in the focus on social and environmental issues.
- Public and Nonprofit Internship Scholarship: This scholarship is offered to applicants who anticipate entering public or non-profit sectors in the pursuit of a summer internship. Currently, the internships award 148 applicants with internships in over 85 business organizations around the globe.
- Non-profit Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance, networking opportunities, and mentorship to help support graduates who wish to pursue positions with public or non-profit organizations. This is similar to a loan forgiveness program.
Yellow Ribbon Scholarships
Description: This scholarship opportunity was put into place to help support post 9-11 veterans wishing to pursue their education. There is not a limitation on the number of scholarships available for qualified veterans.
Award: These scholarships are fully funded MBA scholarships. This works as a partnership between the VA and the college.
The applicant must be a post 9-11 veteran who was honorably discharged from service.