Financial Times lists Strathclyde in ranking of top MBA programmes for Entrepreneurship
The Financial Times has produced some new data which lists the top 50 MBAs in the world for entrepreneurship.
Strathclyde Business School has been listed in this ranking - MBA programmes for Entrepreneurship - which is based on responses from the full-time MBA class of 2013, and we are one of just six UK schools listed. It is based on data previously submitted by business schools around the world for the FT’s Global full-time MBA ranking released in January each year.
The ranking assesses, amongst other things, the percentage of graduates who started a company, the extent to which the skills gained during the MBA encouraged the entrepreneurs to start a company, the extent to which the alumni network helped start the company and the proportion of companies still operating at the end of 2016.
Strathclyde is an entrepreneurial and innovative university:Times Higher Education UK Entrepreneurial University of the Year (2013/14). It is home to the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and students can access the services of the Strathclyde Entrepreneurial Network (SEN). SEN supports all Strathclyde students and graduates with interests in entrepreneurship and new venture creation, and supports academics and researchers in realising the value of their research through commercialisation and enterprise.
Published: 7 July 2017