U ranks 15th for graduate, 18th for undergraduate programs in entrepreneurship studies

The University of Utah, led by the David Eccles School of Business and its Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, is one of the best schools in the country for students who want to launch their own businesses, according to The Princeton Review. In a new survey, the university ranked No. 15 for graduate and No. 18 for undergraduate education on The Princeton Review’s lists of the top 25 schools for entrepreneurship studies for 2017.

The University of Utah improved its rankings from last year, when it was ranked No. 17 for graduate and No. 24 for undergraduate education. The improvement reflects continued growth in entrepreneurship programs and offerings.

“We have made a major expansion of our entrepreneur program and continue to grow, and these rankings demonstrate the progress we are making,” said Troy D’Ambrosio, executive director of the Lassonde Institute and an assistant dean at the David Eccles School of Business. “We are proud to be consistently ranked as one of the best institutions in the country to study entrepreneurship. We are working to continually improve and attract more students to our growing program.”

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