My thanks to greatbusinessschools.org for this interesting infographic, published as Entrepreneur U: Schools for Start Ups. I’m posting it here despite its showing schools other than Stanford as tops in MBA entrepreneurship.
Congrats to Michigan for its #1 showing here among grad schools for entrepreneurship—great program, I agree—and also Babson, which has probably the oldest focus on entrepreneurship, and Rice, whose links to the entrepreneurship and high-tech community in Houston are outstanding. And to the others shown here. Yes, I’m biased towards Stanford, NYU, and Notre Dame, but that’s just my bias. This is a good list, and a useful infographic.
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