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The Princeton Review ranks the 50 best entrepreneurship programs
Having students engage in business plan competitions is an important component of any entrepreneurship program. These U.S. graduate level programs award the most cash.
Connecting with established professionals is a critical step for any entrepreneur looking to get a business off the ground. Here are the schools that offer the largest number of mentorship programs.
Entrepreneurship may be the buzzword du jour, but some colleges were way ahead of the trend, offering courses in entrepreneurship as far back as 1947.
These five schools give undergraduates cool opportunities for exploring tech and creating their own products.
Bill Powers' days as the head of UT's flagship campus are numbered. If he gets his way, he'll stay through next May. It's anyone's guess at the moment.
Do you choose entrepreneurship or does it choose you?
Two professors argue if the instinct to be your own boss is a product of nature or nurture.
The Princeton Review ranks the top graduate and undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the U.S.
With entrepreneurship a hot topic, some universities are taking steps to stand out in hopes of attracting top students.
Check out our detailed, clickable map of Princeton Review's annual ranking of the top 25 graduate and undergraduate entrepreneurship programs.
As the 2013 graduation season ends, we wanted to provide young entrepreneurs a recap of the most inspirational advice from the commencement addresses.
The uptick of entrepreneurship among young people across the country is causing many college campuses to add classes or retool out-of-date programs. Here's a snapshot.
Our annual report evaluates the best entrepreneurship programs in the U.S. Here's a look at the top 25 graduate programs.
Our annual report evaluates the best entrepreneurship programs in the U.S. Here's a look at the top 25 undergraduate programs.
Boston College's John Gallaugher doesn't try to be an all-knowing mentor to his students. But he does lead them on their first trek into the galaxy of tech.
Candida Brush knows the ultimate irony of successful entrepreneurship: It's not about doing something on your own.
Alain Kaloyeros pioneered nanotech research at the University at Albany. Now he oversees a program in which students are trained to be both scientists and entrepreneurs.
What do entrepreneurs study in school? Here's a look at some of the highlights that the leading schools boast about.
The Princeton Review surveys more than 2,000 schools each year to rank the 50 best entrepreneurship programs. Here's our 2011 list, plus a look behind the numbers.
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