“If you studied the humanities in college, Harvard Business School doesn’t just want you, it needs you.” According to Dee Leopold, HBS’s director of admissions, “scholars of the humanities are comfortable with problems that don’t have just one correct answer. … ‘They’re used to managing ambiguity,’ she said. ‘They have an ability to think broadly, an ability to take a stand, and yet know there are other approaches.'”
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