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Harvard Business School (HBS) is one of the graduate schools of Harvard University.

Official name: Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration

The School was founded in 1908 with an initial class of 59 students. Its first location was in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

In the 1920s, the class size reached 500 students. In 1927, the School moved across the Charles River to its present location in Boston.

Current MBA classes have a size of approximately 880 students.

Current and past faculty members include:

Alumni (MBA) include:

See also Business schools, MBA



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