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Dartmouth's Tuck Business School Announces 2018-2019 Admission Deadline

Image source:  Tuck  

Image source: Tuck 

To those that are considering applying for the 2019 intake, universities are slowly releasing application details and deadlines. From the top 10 MBA programs, HBS, CBS, Wharton, Ross, and now Tuck have already released admissions deadlines. A compendium of those dates can be found here

Tuck's Application Deadlines:

Round 1                     September 24, 2018

Round 2                    January 7, 2019

Round 3                     April 1, 2019

Consortium 1            October 15, 2018

Consortium 2            January 5, 2019

You may notice that Tuck has removed, what Executive Director of Admission, Luke Anthony Peña, calls, the "applicant-unfriendly" November round. The decision to remove the November round came after the institution examined the waiting period between the November round and when the admission decision was communicated to the applicants. They found a 100-day waiting period, "the longest wait of any round at any of [their] peer schools!" In an attempt to make it an "applicant-friendly" process, the institution now offers only three rounds with quicker turnaround time. 

Further application detail, including essay questions, will be released soon. Stay tuned!  


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At Sia, we firmly believe that “one-size” does not fit all—each student has his or her story that, if communicated properly, a university admissions committee is eager to hear; therefore, we coach each student in originally telling his or her story. Our partnership with each student consists of  – (i) recognizing the student’s story by asking poignant questions which help us (ii) identify the quintessence of his or her strengths and aspirations, so we may (iii) build an idiosyncratic strategy that helps the student distinctively present his or her story. Our aim is to coach student in showcasing a unique application that communicates their individuality as an ideal candidate for the field and institution of choice.