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Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School
Website : www.hbs.edu
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Contact No : 1.617.495.6000
Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School (HBS) was established in 1908. HBS was originally located in Harvard Yard. The present campus, with its stately Georgian buildings following the gentle curve on the Boston side of the Charles River, was dedicated in June of 1927. The firm of Frederick Law Olmsted, designers of New York's Central Park and Boston's "Emerald Necklace" system of parks, designed the landscaping. At present, the School has more than 70,000 alumni in more than one hundred and fifty countries around the world-a network that expands steadily with each graduating class.

HBS graduates are leaders in an exceptionally broad range of organizations, including entrepreneurial companies, established firms, government and nonprofit organizations.

Campus of Harvard Business School -

HBS was originally located in Harvard Yard. The present campus, with its stately Georgian buildings following the gentle curve on the Boston side of the Charles River, was dedicated in June of 1927. The firm of Frederick Law Olmsted, designers of New York's Central Park and Boston's "Emerald Necklace" system of parks, designed the landscaping.

Facilities at Harvard Business School -

 

  • Library
  • Hostels
  • Computing Facility
  • Wireless Hotspots
  • Sports Facilities
  • Gym
  • Student Lounges
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Residential Life


International Scope at Harvard Business School -

HBS has broad and deep ties with executives, scholars, alumni and other leaders and their organizations worldwide. The School maintains a network of global centers and offices in key cities around the world-including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Paris, Mumbai and Palo Alto-that coordinate research and build local relationships that help weave the School into the fabric of the global marketplace.

About 35 percent of their MBA students and over 60 percent of their executive education participants are from nations other than the U.S., bringing richness and depth of international perspective to their daily case discussions. Twenty-five percent of cases produced by faculty each year deal explicitly with international business issues.

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