Harvard Business & Law School
I started touring the campus as we visited the historical buildings and the monumental Harvard library. The library had several levels that I was honored to visit, and I settled for a Harvard Business School informational session.
During the tour:
60% of Harvard students are athletes.
Parking cost $2000 so it is advisable to not bring a car.
Most courses are written by Harvard professors.
Harvard has contacts [literally] everywhere around the world.
Harvard Business School Information/Q&A Session:
Each year, 930 students are admitted to each class.
93 students are assigned in each freshman section with their flags represented on the wall.
First-year class requirement: Required curriculum, field method, and section experience.
Second-year class requirement: 80+ classes elective, field courses, cross registration and independent studies.
Joint degrees: JD/MBA, MPP/MBA or MPA-ID/MBA, MD/MBA, MS/MBA
50% of alumni launch their companies
2+2 program: Two years of professional work experience followed by two years in the HBS MBA Program.
Summer Venture in management programs: A one-week management training program for rising college seniors.
Peek Weekend: An educational experience designed for college students to gain knowledge and insight into the MBA degree.
GRE: 147-170, median: 165/163
Do not use the essay as a way to expand on the resume
The interview is a 50-50 chance of acceptance.
Organic questions tailored to each individual are asked in the interview.
$109,000 cost of attendance
on-campus or off-campus option
Financial aid: 50% gets a need-based scholarship
For further inquiries: admissions@HBS.edu
Harvard Law School
I was given the opportunity to tour all the law buildings and the underground tunnel. The underground tunnel helps students go to every building on campus to prevent the cold overbearing weather.
Lastly, I had dinner with Harvard Alumni in the Harvard Board of Boston. Dr. Lynda Schubert said “ Give yourself the ability to go to the best school”