Babson Doubles Down on No. 1 Rankings

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For more than two decades, Babson has forged a reputation as the best undergraduate and graduate school for entrepreneurship. And, as the College continues to innovate and elevate entrepreneurship education, it continues to earn even more accolades

Earlier this year, U.S. News & World Report named Babson the No. 1 undergraduate school for entrepreneurship for the 25th consecutive time and the Best MBA for Entrepreneurship for the 28th consecutive year. And, today, The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine named Babson No. 1 for Entrepreneurship, Northeast Graduate and Undergraduate Programs 2022.

It’s the first time since 2012 that Babson has been ranked No. 1 for undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship education simultaneously by both The Princeton Review/Entrepreneur magazine and U.S. News & World Report.

“The honor emphasizes the Babson community’s continued leadership and innovation,” said Babson President Stephen Spinelli Jr. MBA’92, PhD. “Our strategy to elevate entrepreneurship with a focus on values-based leadership and an emphasis on people helps differentiate us and keeps Babson at the forefront of business education.”

Over the past year, Babson has demonstrated its leadership with its evolving and innovative curriculum and the continued growth and development of The Arthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurial Leadership, most notably the addition of the Tariq Farid Franchise Institute at Babson College, which fills a growing need for franchising education.

Babson also continues to maximize both new and longstanding collaborations and partnerships to drive research, learning, and discovery around the world. In one of the newest examples, Babson has partnered with United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) to launch a new Executive Certificate in Global Business Leadership. The six-course program will equip young and mid-level professionals with the skills and knowledge to solve complex problems in international business.

“The world needs entrepreneurial leaders now more than ever,” Spinelli said. “Babson is positioned to educate and nurture these leaders and to help other institutions across the globe do so as well.

“Our potential impact to change the face of business education is enormous. And, as the reigning No. 1 school for entrepreneurship, we will continue to empower learners everywhere to create lasting value—for themselves, their organizations and communities, and the world.”

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