The University of Michigan captured the #1 spot on the undergraduate entrepreneurship programs ranking list for the first time. The Princeton Review posted the ranking lists today at www.princetonreview.com/best-business-schools At this area on the company’s site, users can also access information on The Princeton Review’s survey, criteria, and methodology for the rankings, plus its detailed profiles of the schools.
“What sets the University of Michigan apart is our commitment to pushing the boundaries of education and delivering the action-based learning experiences that build an entrepreneurial mindset—regardless of the career path our students seek,” said Stewart Thornhill, executive director of the Zell Lurie Institute at Michigan Ross. “Every program we offer is meant to amplify success for entrepreneurs; from business plan competitions to working inside of a new venture to investing real dollars in our startups.”
Entrepreneur posted the lists on https://www.entrepreneur.com/topcolleges. The magazine will also publish the lists and a feature on the rankings in its December issue available on newsstands November 27. The feature offers details about the schools’ programs and the number of entrepreneur-related courses they offer. It also reports on the number of startups the schools’ graduates launched in the past ten years and levels of funding they raised.
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