Entrepreneur Magazine and the Princeton Review have released the 2013 edition of their top 25 graduate colleges for entrepreneurship ranking.
The list ostensibly ranks US-based MBA programs based on their strengths in and focus on entrepreneurship. The top school this year is the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, whose Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies provides a range of electives in entrepreneurship, a venture fund, and other forms of assistance to entrepreneurial-minded MBA candidates.
Following Ross is Babson College, whose MBA program is designed around a commitment to entrepreneurship. Babson's Blank Center for Entrepreneurship offers students a variety of resources, including business accelerators for those wishing to launch their own businesses.
Harvard Business school takes the third spot. Harvard MBA candidates have the opportunity to spend one or two semesters in the Rock Center for Entrepreneurship's Entrepreneurs-in-Residence program. According to the Rock Center, about half of HBS graduates report starting a company at some point in their careers.
The rest of the list can be seen below.
The ranking is based on a variety of factors, including commitment to entrepreneurship and the percentage of students and alumni who are actively involved in entrepreneurial activities.
For more information, please see Entrepreneur Magazine's full coverage of the top 25 graduate colleges for entrepreneurship.
You can also see Find MBA's list of best business schools for entrepreneurship, which lists schools based on a variety of factors, including employment data, concentrations offered, and international balance.