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DEFINITION of 'Harvard Business School'

This is one of America's top business schools and is located at Harvard University. Harvard business school was founded in 1908 and is widely considered to be one of the world's best graduate business schools. The school also owns Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation, which publishes numerous business books, business cases and the Harvard Business Review.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Harvard Business School'

The admissions process at Harvard Business School is one of the most highly competitive in the country. The Harvard Business School offers a full-time MBA program, doctoral programs and numerous executive education programs. The school also offers joint degree programs with other Harvard schools, including the John F. Kennedy School of Government and Harvard Law School.

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