The Tuck Case Competition Club is a student-managed organization whose mission is to:

  • Increase awareness of Case Competition opportunities in the US and internationally;
  • Provide support to students participating at Case Competitions. 

Regular activities also include debriefs by successful teams, guidelines to prepare for a competition and mixers to interact with the Tuck community.

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IPADE Global Case Competition 2014

For the past several years, Tuck has sent two students to participate in IPADE's Global Case Competition. This year was no different, and fellow student Eric Sparks and Christine Hou were thrilled at...

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Tuck finalists at Global Innovation Challenge

A team of 5 Tuck students reached finals of Global Innovation Challenge. They worked on a business case to help AT&T design their new SMB Cloud business strategy.

Tuck students win at Hult Global Case Challenge

A Dartmouth College team, composed of students from the Tuck School of Business, Thayer School of Engineering, and the undergraduate college, won the energy track at the regional final of the Hult...

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Tuck team wins first place in UBS competition

A Tuck School of Business team took the top prize of $20,000 in scholarship money at the third annual Investment Banking Case Competition hosted by UBS.

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Tuck Wins Seventh-Annual ODYSSEY MBA Games

On March 21, students from Tuck beat out teams from 13 other top-tier global business schools to win the seventh-annual ODYSSEY MBA Games in New York City.

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Case Competitions: Putting Learning to Work

Tuck students take stock of what they learned—about business and about themselves—as participants in MBA case competitions.

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Tuck Teams at Leeds Net Impact Case Competition

Following a successful first virtual case competition round, two Tuck teams had the chance to compete in the semi-finals at the Leeds Net Impact Case Competition held annually at the University of...

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Tuck students participate in First Smeal MBA Sus

Just before leaving for winter vacation, T'16s Nell Achtmeyer, Stephanie Liu, Ryan Amico, Sara McGuigan and I traveled down to State College, PA to compete in the first Smeal MBA Sustainability Case...

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