Texas McCombs Sixth in Graduate Entrepreneurship Says Princeton Review
McCombs jumped 10 ranks and also took the top spot among public schools in this latest measure of startup excellence.
The McCombs School of Business came in №6 in the Princeton Review’s tally of the top 25 U.S. graduate schools for entrepreneurship for 2019, published in partnership with Entrepreneur magazine.
Among public schools, McCombs is №1, a first for the school in this ranking. This is the seventh time in nine years that McCombs has made the top 10 in the ranking, which was first published in 2006.
Graduate entrepreneurship at McCombs encompasses the Texas MSTC program and suite of Texas MBA programs, but holistically includes a host of initiatives and opportunities available to McCombs and UT students: the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship, Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs, the Texas Venture Labs Investment Competition, the Venture Fellows program, and the Austin Technology Incubator.