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Graduate School of Business

Founded in 1898, the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business (GSB) is a Nobel Prize winning powerhouse. It is recognized globally for producing world-changing ideas and extremely well prepared graduates. Chicago GSB is known for its world-renowned faculty, which includes more Nobel Prize winners than all other business schools in the world combined. It is also the first business school to have a Nobel Laureate on its faculty and is also the first and only business school to have had 6 Nobel Prize winning faculty members. Through its Center for Decision Research, Chicago GSB was the first business school to emphasize behavioral decision-making in its MBA and doctoral programs. It is also the first business school to offer a Ph.D. program in business in 1920 and the first to offer an Executive MBA program back in 1943.The Chicago GSB Asia campus in Singapore which opened 5 years ago, attracts executives from all over the world to its Executive MBA program. It is housed in a 120 year-old historical landmark and is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art facilities

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