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Kellogg Wants to Be a Top Three Business School for Startups
When it comes to entrepreneurship, Northwestern probably isn’t the name that pops into an applicant’s head. And that’s not surprising. Until recently, entrepreneurship wasn’t a structured path at Kellogg. Boy, is that changing fast.
These days, Kellogg is adding courses and faculty to beef up its entrepreneurship offerings. They have rented space in a tech hub and reached out to other schools at Northwestern to seed partnerships. They’ve come far and they’ve fast. And their momentum may soon catapult them among the top three MBA programs in this space. What has been the driving force behind this initiative? What steps has the school taken to achieve this end? And what have been the results so far? Check out our exclusive report below on Kellogg’s big leap into entrepreneurship to learn more.
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