Anyone who wants a leg up in starting a business should go to a top business school, says The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine; and the two publications have done the homework for you by naming the top schools for entrepreneurship studies.
The 10th annual survey of 300 business colleges across the country took into consideration a number of criteria, including the schools’ commitments to entrepreneurship both inside and outside the classroom.
The rankings also were determined by the percentage of faculty, students and alumni actively and successfully involved in entrepreneurial endeavors; the number and reach of mentorship programs, scholarships and grants for entrepreneurial studies; and the level of support for school-sponsored business plan competitions.
Here are the top 10 schools for entrepreneurship studies for 2016 in reverse order:
No. 10 University of Maryland – College Park