U-M’s Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Program is Ranked Best in U.S. | Enterpreneurship
The University of Michigan has spent the better part of a decade beefing up classes and programs that teach students how to start and run their own companies, and those efforts appear to be paying off.
Earlier this month, Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine rated U-M as the best undergraduate program for entrepreneurship in the U.S. U-M finished 8th in the organization’s ranking of graduate entrepreneurship program.
Stewart Thornhill, executive director of U-M’s Zell Lurie Institute, says the university first decided to participate in the undergraduate rankings a few years back, and “it’s been a steady march” to… Read more »
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