An article on the site Poets & Quants cites a new ranking of the top 25 graduate programs in entrepreneurship published by Princeton Review and Entrepreneurship magazine. The top spot was taken by the MBA program at Michigan Ross, pushing aside recurrent winner Babson to the second slot. Harvard was in third, Rice took fourth, and Darden landed in fifth.
The ranking followed a survey among schools conducted between April and June 2013 by Princeton Review. Princeton Review failed to provide much information about the ranking process, making the ranking a little less credible among schools, some of whom refused to cooperate and remained outside of the ranking. For example, Harvard and Stanford were left out in previous years since they refused to participate, but acceded this year and entered the ranking, though their rankings failed to match their elite reputations.
It is important to note that this ranking varies considerably from the US News MBA ranking in the area of entrepreneurship that includes in its top 10 four programs that did not even make Princeton Review’s top 25.
Rounding out the top 10:
6 – Stanford University
8 – Brigham young University (Mariott)
9 – UNC Kenan Flagler
10 – USC Marshall

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