For some aspiring entrepreneurs, business school is like protective bubble wrap. Students get to leverage the experiences of faculty and alumni to test their ideas. Prize money doled out at business plan competitions allows for experimentation. And the support of student entrepreneurship circles may take some of the sting out of pursuing a solo endeavor. But do some schools provide more support than others when it comes to starting a business?
Bloomberg Businessweek asked each school ranked among our top 30 MBA programs to show us what they’ve got when it comes to supporting student entrepreneurs. This list is a compilation of those resources.
Author: Erin Zlomek
Subject: MBA Program Rankings