Recently, The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine released its rankings of the top 25 undergraduate and graduate schools for entrepreneurship for 2017.
The only Philadelphia area university to make not only one but both of these lists, Temple University, achieved top 10 spots for a second year in a row. Temple University’s undergraduate programs ranked No. 8, and its Fox School of Business and Management reached No. 9 on the graduate list.
“It’s rewarding to see our entrepreneurship programs recognized nationally, and in the company of prestigious schools,” commented Dean of the Fox School M. Moshe Porat. “Entrepreneurship education is a pillar across Temple University, and we at the Fox School are proud to lead this charge. More and more resources have been made available to students from all 17 schools and colleges at Temple. Our mission is to prepare and encourage students to think and act like entrepreneurs, no matter where their careers guide them.”
The Princeton Review surveyed 300 schools that offer entrepreneurship programs, and 35 of those schools made the list.
“These colleges and b-schools have superb entrepreneurship programs,” stated Robert Franek, The Princeton Review’s Senior VP-Publisher. “We highly recommend them to any applicant aspiring to launch a business. Their faculties are truly engaged in entrepreneurism. Their courses are rich with in-class and out-of-class experiential components, and the financial and networking support their students and programs receive via donors and alumni is extraordinary.”
The complete list of rankings can be found here.