The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice (TDI) is dedicated to improving health care through education, research, policy reform, leadership improvement, and communication with patients and the public.
Founded in 1900 as the first graduate school of management, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth has long been recognized among the leading business schools in the world.
A problem as complex as the U.S. health care system needs the focus and expertise of many disciplines. The Center for Health Care Delivery Science represents an aggressive collaboration across all the schools at Dartmouth—undergraduate and graduate—and its affiliated health system, Dartmouth-Hitchcock.
A member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth College aims to provide the best possible undergraduate education, with a faculty committed to teaching as well as to research. The college also offers world-class professional schools—the Tuck School of Business, Thayer School of Engineering, and Geisel School of Medicine—and outstanding graduate programs in the arts and sciences.
Dartmouth's graduate students benefit from world-class university facilities, outstanding faculty, and the college's commitment to individual education.
Dartmouth College offers financial aid to graduate students through both institutional and federal programs.