The University Entrepreneurial Program Register is a curated list, spotlighting Universities and their entrepreneur programs.
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Being part of the Babson entrepreneurship family brings to bear an incredible network of people, resources, and ideas for your venture.
The C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas has been nationally recognized by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine for having one of the Top 10 Entrepreneurship programs in the nation for more than ten consecutive years. A competitive and thriving institution, the University of Houston prides itself and cultivating industrious, versatile professionals who are ready to dive into the bustling job market.
Orlando is not only known as the Theme Park Capital of the World, the city also has a robust ecosystem for entrepreneurs to live and launch their business.
CEO Global Conference attracts about 1,000 collegiate level students and faculty advisors from around the world. Attendees can network, listen to seasoned entrepreneurs and experts, and learn from fellow students who are transitioning from dreamers to doers.
HackUMass encourages collaboration between mentors, top-tier companies and students, and provides all the hardware/software tools needed to put ideas in motion and create a completed product.
Loyola Marymount University (LMU) was one of the very first universities in the United States to offer an entrepreneurship program in 1972. Our goal is simple: Helping our students become super-successful entrepreneurs.