Dartmouth College is one of the top universities in the U.S. and is a well-regarded Ivy League school. Dartmouth is known for its smaller class sizes, academic rigor, and unique quarter academic calendar.
Dartmouth is home to the Tuck School of Business, a highly-regarded graduate business school. Tuck offers select classes to undergraduate students, but does not have a full degree option for undergraduates.
Dartmouth's elite status is demonstrated through their excellent "Undergrad Placement %" on our list. 1.73% of Dartmouth students end up at a top investment bank.
They have the 7th highest Undergrad Placement %, indicating that most Dartmouth students who want to pursue finance are able to do so. Their comparably small school size leads to them having fewer total hires in investment banking.
Overall, Dartmouth is a strong school for finance recruiting and earns a position near the top of the semi-targets.
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Investment Banking Placement
Location: Hanover, New Hampshire
Business School Name: Tuck
# of Undergrads: 4,556 per U.S. News
# of Business School Undergrads: 0
Median Starting Salary (2022): $70k
President: Sian Beilock
U.S. News Global Rank (2022-2023): #261
QS World University Rankings: #237
Financial Times MBA Rank: #18