Quality of life is a priority here. Doctoral students enjoy the many benefits of belonging to the Harvard University community, including the option to cross register into courses at the other schools, such as the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard School of Public Health; the opportunity to participate in university-wide academic and cultural events; and the use of the athletic facilities, libraries & museums, and health services.
“The convergence of resources and expertise from many fields makes for a truly unique and rich graduate experience.”
— Lisa Shu, Organizational Behavior
HBS offers on-campus and off-campus housing assistance to individual students as well as to students with partners and families. Students with children also have access to assistance in locating appropriate childcare. The campus is accessible to the physically disabled, and care is taken to meet the special needs of all students.
Get a guided tour of one the world’s most beautiful campuses, featuring more than a dozen locations—from Baker Library to Shad Hall, the school’s recreational facility.
This group offers guidance and support for the partners and families of HBS students, with links to helpful websites in the Boston/Cambridge area
See how HBS students, faculty, and alumni are addressing one of the leading issues of our time, from business research to green buildings.
Area of StudyTechnology & Operations Management
Home RegionEdison, NJ
EducationAB, Economics & Government, Dartmouth College
Area of StudyAccounting & Management
Home RegionSalt Lake City, UT & Los Gatos, CA
EducationBS Accounting & Masters of Accounting, University of Southern California
Area of StudyHealth Policy (Management)
Home RegionObosi, Nigeria & Dix Hills, NY
EducationB.S., Stanford University; M.H.A., Cornell University
Area of StudyBusiness Economics, PHD 2009
Home RegionSan Francisco, CA
EducationA.B in Economics, Harvard University
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