Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) was established in 1925, the school has continued to innovate its curriculum and to build a faculty known for its cutting-edge research. Their curriculum is designed to transform students expanding their ideas, knowledge and capabilities and preparing them to think, act and even dream differently than when they arrived. Stanford Graduate School of Business maintains centers and academic programs as a resource to encourage curriculum development, research and interaction among academic disciplines.
Their mission is to create ideas that deepen and advance their understanding of management and with those ideas to develop innovative, principled and insightful leaders who change the world. AT GSB, classes are conducted only on a full-time residential basis in an intimate-scale environment and take full advantage of the assets of Stanford University and its surrounding communities.
Facilities at Stanford Graduate School of Business -
- Class Rooms
- Dining Services
- Financial Aid
- Catering Services
Core Values of Stanford Graduate School of Business -
The following values are widely shared in the Stanford Graduate School of Business community and provide the context within which the School strives for excellence in achieving its goals.
- Engage intellectually
- Strive for something great
- Respect others
- Act with integrity
- Own students actions
Career Services at Stanford Graduate School of Business -
The mission of the Career Management Center (CMC) is to support students and alumni in creating a unique career vision and connecting these leaders with world-class opportunities. Their team will partner with students to develop a recruiting strategy that minimizes the student’s resources and maximizes their success.