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Social Entrepreurship [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2004, 12:45
I am looking for a top program that is strong in: entrepreunership, marketing, non-profit.

I am hoping that this program would emphasize a bit of creativity and have a real sense of community.

I think that Stanford fits the bill. Maybe Haas, UCLA, Harvard too?

I'd love some advice/suggestions, particulary from graduates of any program that are very familiar with the reputations of their schools and rivals.

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Your list is good. I would also add Yale to your list. They are very strong in the non-profit, and are good in the other areas that you mention, too. I know some Yale grads, and they have good things to say about the program.

Also, I can tell you from experience that there's always a relatively small but very dedicated group up social-enterpreneurship-type students at Kellogg every year.

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Social Ent. [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2004, 17:12
Take a look at Duke, it has a pretty good program in this area.

http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/centers/case/
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