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BYU Ranked #3 on Princeton Review Top 25 Graduate Programs for Entrepreneurship 2012


Entrepreneur magazine's annual Princeton Review report on business schools renewed its rankings of the top entrepreneurship programs in the country. Congratulations to everyone at Brigham Young University’s Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology which ranks third on this year’s list.

The school maintains 14 entrepreneurship clubs and organizations, as well as 22 mentorship programs -- making it the No. 1 program on our list for extracurricular entrepreneurial activities. The school is also the least expensive on our top 10 list -- with annual out-of-state and in-state tuition fees of $20,560 and $10,280, respectively.

The roster is based on a survey of more than 2,000 institutions, looking at academics and requirements, as well as the percentage of recent graduates who've started up and the percentage of faculty who already have. The survey also includes off-campus learning opportunities such as partnerships, clubs and competitions.

For more information on the rankings, CLICK HERE.