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I am also looking at entrepreneur-focused programs and here's what I some initial info from the ultra-elites (by no means an exhaustive list/evaluation)
- Stanford: prides themselves on fostering entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship runs throughout the campus, beyond the business school (STVP). Great access to Silicon Valley VCs and other startup companies.
- MIT Sloan: Entrepreneurship & Innovation track (requires additional acceptance). Host a large business case competition every year. Their hands-on labs reinforce business topics and apply them to local startup/small businesses. Access to the greater-MIT network where commercialization of technologies seems highly encouraged.
- Wharton: Entrepreneurial Management major - includes a great list of classes and also has a well-equipped entrepreneur center. Not sure how many people at Wharton choose this path since most people seem v. finance focused.
- Columbia: launching entrepreneur initiatives and according to videos on their website, adjusting their focus to entre- and intra-preneurship. There's also a great blog by a Columbia J-term student who was interested in entrepreneurship and VC...and ultimately ended up at a small, early-stage VC firm in NYC.