The first place takes Harvard Business School. HBS offers 33 entrepreneurship-related courses. Moreover, since 2009, HBS graduates have started 182 companies and have raised $1.2 billion in funding.
Second place goes to Babson. It has 1000 graduate students. They can choose from total of 79 entrepreneurship programs. Since 2009, Babson graduate students have started 181 companies.
Third place is for University of Michigan, the Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for International Studies. The entrepreneurship-related courses offered by it are 62 and during the last five years, graduate students have started total of 106 companies. The collective amount raised by them is $34.1 million in funding.
Here are the rest of the 22 top entrepreneurship programs for graduates:
4. Rice University 5. Stanford University 6. Northwestern UniversitY 7. Brigham Young University 8. The University of Texas at Austin 9. University of Chicago 10. University of Virginia 11. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 12. University of Washington 13. The University of South Florida 14. Baruch College, The City University of New York 15. Washington University in St. Louis 16. Temple University 17. Syracuse University 18. University of Oklahoma 19. University of Arizona 20. DePaul University 21. University of Southern California 22. University of Louisville 23. The University of Utah 24. The University of Missouri, Kansas City 25. Columbia University
Princeton Review surveys more than 2000 undergraduate and graduate schools in order to draw data for the ranking. It collects information from April 2014 until June 2014. When overviewing the business schools, it mainly focuses on three areas: academics and requirements, students and faculty, andoutside the classroom.