Northwestern Kellogg: Where MBA Ventures Go To Thrive

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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