April 15, 2024

The University of Oregon has earned a spot as a top graduate school for entrepreneurship studies for 2023 in the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine’s rankings.
The Oregon MBA, which houses the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship, is the #6 graduate entrepreneurship program on the West Coast, and #32 in the world.
The Princeton Review/Entrepreneur report ranks the top 50 schools it considers best for students aspiring to become entrepreneurs.
A summer 2022 survey of administrators at nearly 300 undergraduate and graduate schools offering entrepreneurship studies informed the results. The survey had more than 60 questions and The Princeton Review analyzed more than 40 survey data points to select the schools and tally the rankings.
Entrepreneur magazine published the lists of the Top 50 Undergraduate and Top 50 Graduate Schools online and also published a feature article in its December 2022 print edition.
Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship center director Jeff Sorensen joined the college fall term and is eager to build on the program’s already stellar trajectory.
“I couldn’t be more optimistic about the collaborative work we’re doing at UO Lundquist College of Business,” he said. “We are building world-class programs for our students with partners in the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact at the University of Oregon, the Oregon Entrepreneurship Group, and beyond. This recognition affirms our programs are serving our students well and propelling the study and action of entrepreneurship to the highest levels.”
Five students received $5,000 grants from the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship.
The awards celebrate UO student entrepreneurs and the faculty members, alumni and community members who helped them along the way.
Lundquist College of Business
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1208
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