10 Best Business Schools to Study Abroad for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
It takes a lot of determination, will power, patience and endeavor to become a successful business entrepreneur. One cannot become an entrepreneur in one day, for it, the person needs to have proper education from top business schools. Unlike famous entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, who dropped out from universities and became successful, studies have shown that successful entrepreneurship comes from formal education and training offered by the top business schools in the world.
For those who aspire to run their own successful company in the future, enrolling in the best entrepreneurship courses can be the first step towards your success. Check out the top 10 business schools in the world that offers best entrepreneurship programs:
1. Babson College, F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business
Babson College holds the prestigious ranking of being one of the top ranking Universities offering full-time MBA programs for the 24th time in a row. The college offers a full-time B.S. in Business degree with the annual intake of 319 students per year. The course fee is up to $105,118 per program (full-time). Babson College has two campuses: in Massachusetts & in San Francisco.
2. Stanford University
Standford University offers entrepreneurship programs in a range of topics, like fiance to wine. The university is located at Stanford, CA and it enroll around 800 students per year for its full-time MBA programs. The annual tuition fees for full-time business programs are up to $66,540 a year
3.Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management
MIT, Sloan School of Management is among the top MBA universities in the world. The university is located in Cambridge and the yearly intake is around 800. MIT hosts $100K Entrepreneurship Competition as a part of their MBA programs where cash prizes are offered to the team with best business plans. The annual tuition fees is around $67,938 a year for full-time programs.
4. Harvard University
Harvard University in Boston consecutively holds the first place in the overall ranking for the being best business schools in the world. The full time enrollment for various business programs is around 1900 every year and the course fees is up to $63,675. There are more than 100,000 graduates from Harvard Business School in the world.
5. University of California— Berkeley, Haas School of Business
At HAAS, students can earn an MBA degree in 21 months in the traditional business program, or in 3 years if they enroll in part-time programs that takes place in the evenings and on Saturdays.
The annual tuition fees is $56,009 a year for in-state, full-time programs and $57,560 a year for out-of-state, full-time programs. The yearly intake is 500.
6. University of Michigan— Ann Arbor, Ross School of Business
The University of Michigan offers entrepreneurship courses for annual tuition fees of$59,350 a year (in-state, full-time); $64,350 a year (out-of-state, full-time). The intake is 800.
7. University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School
The Wharton School was the U.S.’s first business school and has the largest alumni network in the country now. The business school has campuses in Philadelphia and San Francisco.The school offers an outdoor leadership program called Ventures, which takes students mountaineering on Africa’s Mount Kilimanjaro and trekking through Antarctica to help students indulge in recreational activities apart from learning business. The annual tuition fees is $67,516 a year and the annual enrollment is around 1700.
8. Indiana University, Kelley School of Business
Located in Bloomington, Indiana, the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University focuses on improving practical skills in addition to offering lectures on business studies. From the first semester, students are placed into teams of four to work on projects and students interact with business leaders to gain clear knowledge about successful entrepreneurship in the current business scenario. The annual intake is only 370 per year with tuition fees of $25,500 (in-state, full-time); $44,460 (out-of-state, full-time).
9. University of Texas— Austin, McCombs School of Business
McCombs School of Business offers a special entrepreneurship program called the Texas M.B.A.+ Leadership Program. The school ranks No. 1 in the accounting specialty with yearly enrollment of 500 candidates and tuition fees of $34,296 a year for in-stsate candidates and $50,296 a year for out of state candidates.
10. University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
Marshall School of Business located in Los Angeles requires all full-time, first-year students to enroll in the Pacific Rim International Management Education program, which examines the business environment and management styles in Pacific Rim and Latin American countries during a 10-day trip abroad and during the course. the annual tuition fees is $55,474 a year with yearly enrollment of 441 candidates.