UH ranked third-best college for entrepreneurship
Want to get into a great entrepreneurship program? Try the University of Houston! Princeton Review just ranked the UH Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship as the third-best college for entrepreneurs in the country as part of their “The Best Undergrad Programs for Entrepreneurship 2016.” Yep, that means that only Babson College and Brigham Young University ranked higher.
Rice University ranked No. 6 in the list of “The Best Graduate Programs for Entrepreneurs 2016.” Rice was preceded in the list by: Harvard University (No. 1), Babson College (No. 2), University of Chicago (No. 3), University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (No. 4), and Northwestern University (No. 5).
Other Texas schools that made the list:
- The University of Texas at Austin ranked #8 in the Graduate list
- Texas Christian University (in Fort Worth) ranked #20 in the Undergraduate
- Baylor University (Waco) ranked #4 in the Undergraduate list
This means that not only is Houston a great place to start a business, it’s a great place to learn how to run one too.
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- More info: The Princeton Review & Entrepreneur Name The Top 25 Undergrad & Grad Schools For Entrepreneurship Studies For 2016 (news release)
- More info: Bauer College Ranked No. 3 in U.S. For Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Program | UH
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