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

PERCENT OF FACULTY DIRECTLY INVOLVED WITH A STARTUP (2.5%)

Like the percentage of students directly involved with a startup, we also asked for the percentage of faculty directly involved with a startup in some capacity during the 2022-2023 academic year.

Three schools reported that 100% of their faculty worked with a startup: University of Michigan (Ross), University of Texas at Austin (McCombs), and Rice University (Jones).

Percentage of MBA Faculty Directly Involved With Entrepreneurship
School
Faculty Involvement w/ Ent.
1 University of Michigan (Ross) 100.00%
2 University of Texas at Austin (McCombs) 100.00%
3 Rice University (Jones) 100.00%
4 University of Arizona (Eller) 100%
5 Georgetown University (McDonough) 94.00%
6 Esade Business School 77.92%
7 IE Business School 75.30%
8 Brigham Young University 73.30%
9 Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) 72.00%
10 University of California-Los Angeles (Anderson) 71.90%
11 University of Minnesota (Carlson) 70.00%
12 Texas Christian University (Neeley) 67.00%
13 Duke University (Fuqua) 63.00%
14 Babson College 63.00%
15 Clemson University (Powers) 62.00%
16 University of California-San Diego (Rady) 57.00%
17 University of Virginia Darden School of Business 53%
18 Arizona State University (W. P. Carey) 52.00%
19 Depaul University 52.00%
20 City University of London (Bayes) 47.90%
21 London Business School 40.00%
22 Boston University (Questrom) 38.10%
23 New York University (Stern) 32.00%
24 Rutgers Business School 29.40%
25 Southern Methodist University (Cox) 21.00%
26 ESMT Berlin 20.00%
27 Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) 7.50%
28 Yale University School of Management 0.00%

 

RATIO OF FUNDING AVAILABLE TO MBAS (2.5%)

Some schools have special funding available to MBAs for things like working on a startup or at an early-stage startup during the summer. We asked schools to report the total amount of entrepreneurship-focused funding available to MBAs from the business school during the 2022-2023 academic year and then calculated a ratio based on the total number of MBA students.
University of California-San Diego (Rady) had the highest ratio with nearly $4,500 per MBA student.

Ratio of Entrepreneurship Funding Available to MBAs (2022-2023)
School
Ratio of Funding
1 University of California-San Diego (Rady) $4,540
2 Rice University (Jones) $3,036
3 University of Virginia Darden School of Business $2,123
4 Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) $2,099
5 Esade Business School $2,078
6 Babson College $1,924
7 University of California-Los Angeles (Anderson) $1,459
8 University of Minnesota (Carlson) $1,242
9 Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) $1,047
10 Brigham Young University $814
11 University of Michigan (Ross) $583
12 Arizona State University (W. P. Carey) $424
13 Depaul University $250
14 Georgetown University (McDonough) $212
15 University of Texas at Austin (McCombs) $161
16 Yale University School of Management $145
17 London Business School $140
18 University of Arizona (Eller) $136
19 Boston University (Questrom) $98
20 Duke University (Fuqua) $70
21 Texas Christian University (Neeley) $62
22 New York University (Stern) $23
23 IE Business School $0
24 City University of London (Bayes) $0
25 ESMT Berlin $0
26 Clemson University (Powers) $0
27 Rutgers Business School $0
28 Southern Methodist University (Cox) $0

 

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