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Does anyone have any more information on the Center for Business, Government, and Society at Tuck? The center's website provides information on different fellowship opportunities, course options, etc but doesn't give information how to qualify.

I am very much interested in the intersection of business, politics, and government and see this as an opportunity to discuss how I would be a good fit with the school.

Does anyone know where to acquire information on how fellows are chosen, what their experience is, etc?

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Does anyone have any more information on the Center for Business, Government, and Society at Tuck? The center's website provides information on different fellowship opportunities, course options, etc but doesn't give information how to qualify.

I am very much interested in the intersection of business, politics, and government and see this as an opportunity to discuss how I would be a good fit with the school.

Does anyone know where to acquire information on how fellows are chosen, what their experience is, etc?

Thanks


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Unless I am mistaken, this center is one of the many "centers" of excellence that exist at Tuck (center of private equity, digital marketing, etc.) and it would be open to all matriculated Tuckies. By all means, would encourage you to play to this angle in the application.

A good application strategy, to sidestep some of the competition, is often to apply as a joint degree candidate, so consider that as well for schools that offer an MA in public policy along with the MBA.

You might also consider the Wharton Lauder program, an official international MA-MBA joint degree that requires bilingualism. They actually visit with government officials in your region of focus.
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