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Stanford Graduate School of Business Research Fellows Program

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The Stanford GSB Research Fellows Program offers a unique post-baccalaureate opportunity for high-potential individuals to come to Stanford to participate in the intellectual life at Stanford GSB and the University. This two-year fellowship is designed for individuals wanting to gain valuable training and experience toward a career in academic research before applying to a PhD program in business and related fields (e.g., Economics, Political Science, Engineering).

Fellows will have the opportunity to:

Perform full-time research assistance for empirical research papers with top faculty in the field

Take doctoral-level courses in business, economics, statistics, math, or related fields

Regularly attend field seminars

Because of its strong belief in the value of diversity (broadly defined) in the pursuit of its educational mission, Stanford GSB strongly encourages applications from women and under-represented minorities, as well as from others whose backgrounds and experience would bring additional dimensions to the educational experience.

Applicants must be a US citizen or U.S. registered permanent resident, and have a bachelors degree by the start of the program.

Participating Institution(s):
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Stanford University (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Applied Mathematics
Computational Sciences
Computer Sciences
Information Sciences
Operations Research
Political Science

Data Analysis
Information Sciences
Mathematical Modelling
Operations Management
Political Economy
Quantitative Analysis

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Page last updated 3/5/2024
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