The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine announced the results of The Princeton Review's annual survey that names the top 25 undergraduate schools and top 25 graduate schools offering the best programs for entrepreneurship studies in the nation. You can find the full list of schools here.
From more than 2,000 schools that The Princeton Review surveyed in 2014 for this project, Babson College in Massachusetts earned the #1 spot on the undergraduate entrepreneurship programs ranking list: it has been #1 on this list for three consecutive years. Harvard University finished #1 on the graduate entrepreneurship programs list—up from #3 in 2013.
Entrepreneur has a feature article on the lists in its October issue, available on newsstands September 23. The feature will post on the magazine's site on September 16 at www.entrepreneur.com/topcolleges.
“Of more than 30 data points we analyze to tally our lists, what these extraordinary college and b-school programs have in common are superb faculties truly engaged in entrepreneurism, awesome out-of-class offerings, and enduring support from donors and alumni," says Robert Franek, The Princeton Review's Senior VP-Publisher.
Amy Cosper, VP and editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine says, "The schools in our annual list have ranked high for creating some of the best environments to nurture the pursuit of building a business from the ground up.”
For more information about these rankings, or The Princeton Review's other rankings, be sure to check out www.princetonreview.com.