Harvard Business School Doctoral Programs

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HBS offers fully-funded doctoral programs in a variety of disciplines.

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Harvard Business School trains doctoral students to conduct innovative research within a broad range of academic fields, including: Accounting and ManagementBusiness EconomicsHealth Policy ManagementManagementMarketing;Organizational BehaviorStrategy; and Technology and Operations Management.  These are all intensive research programs aimed at placing graduates in an institution of higher learning as an Assistant Professor; the vast majority of HBS graduates place at top tier business schools. 

Successful students come from a variety of academic backgrounds including computer science, economics, engineering, mathematics, psychology, sociology, and statistics, among many others.  HBS seeks applicants with a pattern of strong academic performance, creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and self-management skills who are passionate about learning and will be able to produce innovative research.  Learn more about HBS students by reviewing their publications and profiles.  Selected profiles are linked below. 

HBS proudly offers full funding for all incoming students; regardless of financial need or national origin.  In fact, each admitted student is automatically awarded a fellowship which includes tuition, single-person health fees, and a living stipend ($40,200 for 2016-2017) for up to 5 years of study. Students are not required to serve as research or teaching assistants in order to receive the stipend.

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