When you think “entrepreneurship,” certain schools leap to mind.
Stanford GSB sits in the heart of Silicon Valley. Babson College has been U.S. News‘ number-one for more than a quarter-century. Washington Olin in St. Louis is Poets&Quants‘ number one this year, as it was in our inaugural ranking in 2019. Abroad, Spain is home to a pair of well-known startup incubators in ESADE and IE.
How about a school where one-third of the full-time MBA electives are 100% entrepreneurship or innovation-focused? Where more than three-quarters of MBA students are members of the school’s main entrepreneurship club, and 70% are enrolled in an entrepreneurship class? A school where 10 entrepreneurs-in-residence mix with more than 80 mentors in an environment where one-third of a million dollars is available annually to enterprising ventures?
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