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Earlier in October, I visited the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth with the opportunity to sit in on three presentations led by Paul Danos-Dean, Matthew J. Slaughter- Assistant Dean/ Professor of Management and Syd Finkelstein- Professor of Management. Relevant Class of 2012 numbers: 280 students, 35% women (50% US), 20% minorities, 33% international, 3.5 GPA, 710 GMAT, 27 average age. Distinguishing factors of Tuck include its full time, residential experience that fosters close collaboration with professors and peers amidst a beautiful, campus setting. Tuck is repeatedly ranked as one of the top business schools in the world. And, the school boasts the highest alumni annual giving rate (over 60%); a testament to the value perceived by former students. What about Tuck’s relationship with the overall Dartmouth educational community? Tuck “partners” in several capacities including the Thayer School of Engineering, Master in Engineering Management, M.E.M and the College, MD/MBA (Dartmouth Medical School), MPH/MBA (Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice), and PhD/MBA (Dartmouth Graduate Program in Arts and Sciences). Next summer, Tuck plans to launch an additional partnership with Dartmouth College, the Master of Health Care Delivery Science (MHCDS). Take a look at Tuck, www.tuck.edu.