Olin entrepreneurship rises in Princeton Review ranking

  • December 11, 2019
  • By WashU Olin Business School
  • 1 minute read

Washington University in St. Louis and Olin Business School both continue to be top venues for entrepreneurship education.

WashU Olin and the university ranked No. 6 for undergraduate studies and No. 16 for graduate studies in the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur rankings for Top Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies. The rankings were announced online Tuesday, November 12, 2019, and are featured in the December issue of Entrepreneur magazine.

The newest ranking represents a one-step jump for undergrads and two steps up for graduate programs from the previous year’s ranking.

WashU’s place on this year’s lists marks a significant movement for the university. In five years, the university moved nine spots in the graduate studies rankings and four in undergraduate studies.

The WashU community is key to this recognition. Across the university innovators and entrepreneurs come together and support one another in a way that is unmatched.  

II Luscri

“The Skandalaris Center is proud to do our part in supporting WashU founders and aspiring entrepreneurs at every stage of their entrepreneurial journey,” said Luscri, assistant vice provost for innovation & entrepreneurship and managing director of the Skandalaris Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

The ranking comes on the heels of a No. 1 ranking in a first-of-its-kind analysis of MBA-level entrepreneurship programs published in early November by Inc. magazine and Poets & Quants.

Read more about the Princeton Review ranking on the Skandalaris Center’s blog.

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