based on 3 students ratings
I have completed my bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from a private college in India. After graduating I wanted to continue my studies in a field that would prepare me for a job in the corporate sector. I decided to apply for an MBA at a few US colleges and was happy to be accepted at Dartmouth College.
Being a part of a challenging as well as refreshingly stimulating curriculum is helping me grow in all aspects. At Dartmouth, we learn not just from traditional classroom-based lectures but also through team-based project work, experimental and global case-based courses, and research to experiment seminars. Rigorous self-analysis and peer coaching are vital elements of our learning process.
The financial aid award they gave was great. The setting of the college is rural and something I'd never experienced before. The small class sizes were also a plus - the largest class I've been in had 100 people, while most of my classes have been 10-20 people.
It's great, depending on your major it changes but we also distributive requirements to finish. Those include a philosophy course, a foreign language, math-based course, science-based course, two writing courses, a technology course, and western and non-western based courses.
I chose based on its location, size, and reputation. It was also the best college I got into for undergrad. Dartmouth is very beautiful and also gave me the best financial aid package which is why I decided to attend Dartmouth.
I love that Dartmouth is a liberal arts college - it allows you to take classes in any department you like as long as you fulfill the prereqs and can fit it into your course schedule for graduation. It was great for me.