Harvard Business School? You'll Go Through Her First
Only 12% of applicants made it into Harvard Business School last year. It's Dee Leopold's job to separate the wheat from the chaff.
Posted by Jim Zellmer at March 3, 2012 2:33 AM
Ms. Leopold, managing director of M.B.A. admissions and financial aid at HBS, joined the admissions office after graduating in 1980 and took over its top spot in 2006. Though she doesn't look at every one of the 9,000-plus submitted applications, Ms. Leopold personally reads applications for the 1,800 candidates invited to interview. About half of those are accepted.
Harvard is accepting more engineers than in the past, as well as students with international experience.
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