New program designed to attract current undergraduate students

Next year, Harvard Business School will introduce its "HBS 2+2" program, which is designed to give recent graduates two years of work experience before immersion in Harvard's two-year, full-time MBA program. It is designed primarily for current undergraduates with little or no work experience. Students accepted to the 2+2 program will have access to a "career coach," attend HBS summer courses, and get two years of work experience prior to beginning the MBA.

Applications will become available in February 2008, and are due by July 1.

For more information, please visit the HBS website or follow the link below.

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