All Of The Data Behind P&Q’s 2024 Top MBA Programs For Entrepreneurship

RATIO OF MBAS TO ENTREPRENEURS-IN-RESIDENCE (10%)

Support from experts is another important piece to building an entrepreneurial mindset. That’s why we asked schools to report the number of entrepreneurs-in-residence available to full-time MBAs. Like our other data points, we then turned it into a ratio by calculating the total number of entrepreneurs-in-residence per full-time MBAs during the 2022-2023 academic year.

 

Ratio of MBAs to Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (2022-2023)
School EIR Ratio
1 Rutgers Business School 1.196721311
2 Arizona State University (W. P. Carey) 0.7881355932
3 Esade Business School 0.6229508197
4 ESMT Berlin 0.5128205128
5 Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) 0.1920903955
6 Yale University School of Management 0.1517857143
7 IE Business School 0.1466666667
8 University of Minnesota (Carlson) 0.1241830065
9 University of California-San Diego (Rady) 0.1149425287
10 Rice University (Jones) 0.09422492401
11 Georgetown University (McDonough) 0.08670520231
12 London Business School 0.086
13 University of Arizona (Eller) 0.08474576271
14 Brigham Young University 0.07480314961
15 Duke University (Fuqua) 0.07342657343
16 Babson College 0.06853582555
17 Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) 0.06046511628
18 University of Virginia Darden School of Business 0.05865522175
19 Southern Methodist University (Cox) 0.0564516129
20 Texas Christian University (Neeley) 0.04615384615
21 University of Michigan (Ross) 0.03846153846
22 Depaul University 0.03409090909
23 New York University (Stern) 0.03097345133
24 Boston University (Questrom) 0.02167182663
25 City University of London (Bayes) 0.02
26 University of California-Los Angeles (Anderson) 0.01161103048
27 University of Texas at Austin (McCombs) 0.008368200837
28 Clemson University (Powers) 0

 

RATIO OF STARTUP AWARD MONEY AVAILABLE TO MBAS (10%)

Many ventures get their start from business-plan and startup competitions at universities.

We asked schools to report the total amount of award money available to MBAs during the 2022-2023 academic year and divided that by the number of full-time MBA students.

Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business and Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business had more than twice the potential startup award money for each full-time MBA than the third highest school in this metric.

Ratio of Startup Award Money for MBAs (2022-2023)
School
Award Money Ratio
1 Rice University (Jones) $9,217
2 Arizona State University (W. P. Carey) $7,623
3 Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) $3,488
4 University of Minnesota (Carlson) $2,614
5 Brigham Young University $1,926
6 Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) $1,861
7 Yale University School of Management $1,059
8 University of Arizona (Eller) $847
9 Rutgers Business School $820
10 City University of London (Bayes) $815
11 Texas Christian University (Neeley) $769
12 Boston University (Questrom) $619
13 University of Michigan (Ross) $590
14 ESMT Berlin $584
15 Georgetown University (McDonough) $530
16 University of California-San Diego (Rady) $448
17 University of California-Los Angeles (Anderson) $417
18 New York University (Stern) $332
19 Southern Methodist University (Cox) $323
20 Babson College $289
21 Depaul University $284
22 London Business School $258
23 University of Texas at Austin (McCombs) $253
24 Clemson University (Powers) $234
25 University of Virginia Darden School of Business $215
26 Duke University (Fuqua) $85
27 IE Business School $11
28 Esade Business School $0

Questions about this article? Email us or leave a comment below.