Michigan Ross Entrepreneurship Offerings Ranked Among Best In Nation

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You already know that Michigan Ross produces some of the most innovative business leaders in the world––and we have a couple more top-10 rankings to prove it.

The Princeton Review released the 2017 edition of Top 25 Schools for Entrepreneurship, and Michigan Ross’ entrepreneurship programs rang in right near the top of the list. Twice.
 

Both the undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship offerings from Michigan Ross were ranked in the top ten in this latest release.

“At the University of Michigan, the school offers its students access to 33 different clubs that support students’ entrepreneurial efforts and additionally host multiple on-campus competitions awarding more than $460,000 in prize money,” the Princeton Review said in statement about the new list.
 

Learn more about the Top 25 Schools of Entrepreneurship.

Michigan Ross is a budding business owner’s dream, with resources to prepare students for every aspect of their careers––from the Sam Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, which brings the country’s most successful entrepreneurs and faculty to Ann Arbor, to events such as Entrepalooza, the Michigan Business Challenge and Dare to Dream, which provide students real-world opportunities to apply their entrepreneurship studies.
 

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