1) Harvard Business School (Historically, approximately 50% of HBS graduates become entrepreneurs by the time they are 15 years out of school. Half of this number have started two or more businesses. Most graduates wait until they have a high potential idea they are truly passionate about. Often, such ideas come through in-depth experience in a market and exposure to unsatisfied customer needs – experience that may be tough to get within the bounds of a full-time educational experience.).
2) Stanford University Graduate School of Business (The Center focuses on case development, research, curriculum development, and student and alumni programs in the areas of entrepreneurship and funding of early stage companies, including venture capital.Graduate students who understand entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial companies by enhancing and expanding the curriculum of the Stanford Graduate School of Business.).
3) The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (Wharton was the world’s first collegiate business school and the first business school in the United States. It was established in 1881. Wharton’s MBA program offers concentrations in accounting, business and public policy, entrepreneurial management, environmental management, finance, health care systems, human resource and organizational management, insurance and risk management, legal studies and business ethics, management, marketing, multinational management, operations and information management, real estate, retailing, statistics and strategic management.).
4) INSEAD (European Institute of Business Administration is an international graduate business school and research institution. It has campuses in Europe (France), Asia (Singapore), and the Middle East (Abu Dhabi), as well as a research center in Israel. The school offers a full-time Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, a PhD in Management program, and several executive education programs (including an Executive MBA).).
5) IE Business School (Located in Madrid, Spain. It was founded in 1973 with the name Instituto de Empresa. The School runs master’s degree programs, executive master’s degrees, executive education programs, PhD and DBA programs.).
6) Sloan School of Management, Massachusett Institute of Technology (MIT Sloan offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs, as well as non-degree executive education, and has over 20,000 alumni globally. Its largest program is its full-time MBA. MIT Sloan Management Review, a leading academic journal focused on the management of innovation, has been published by the school since 1959.).
7) London Business School (LBS teaches postgraduate programmes in finance and management, in addition to its flagship Master of Business Administration (MBA and EMBA) program, it also offers the Sloan Fellowship Program for experienced business executives, a Masters in Finance (also known as MiF, a finance specialist programme), a Masters in Management for students with less than a year’s work experience, a PhD, as well as non-masters programmes for business executives.).
8) The Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University (Kellogg offers full-time, part-time, and executive programs, as well as partnering programs with schools in China, India, Hong Kong, Israel, Germany, Canada, and Thailand. Degrees granted include the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Ph.D., and an MBA-JD.).
9) Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley (The school runs a range of programs and is consistently ranked among the best in the country. Its programs include Full-time Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, Evening/Weekend MBA program, Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA, Ph.D. program, Master of Financial Engineering Program, Undergraduate program Executive Education).
10) Columbia Business School, Columbia University (It was established in 1916 to provide business training and professional preparation for undergraduate and graduate Columbia University students. It is affiliated with 13 winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics including current professors Robert Mundell, Joseph Stiglitz and Edmund Phelps.).
11) NYU Stern School of Business (It was established in 1900 as the NYU School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance. Stern offers three Global Executive Programs: TRIUM Global Executive MBA Program, Master of Science in Global Finance, Executive Master of Science in Risk Management.).
12) Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University (Is a private research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Offers undergraduate programs in Business Administration and Economics. Undergraduate Tepper students can choose from an array of tracks including: Finance, Information Technology, Entrepreneurship, Management, Consulting, and Marketing.).
13) Babson College (Was founded by Roger Babson on 1919. Babson offers all undergraduates a bachelor of science degree in business management while the F. W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College offers MBA degrees. Students are also given the option to declare concentrations their senior year from a broad range of subjects in various business and other fields. Programs are accredited by Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the college itself has been regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) since 1950.).
14) Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California (Is a private research and academic institution at the University of Southern California. The Entrepreneurship Program, the first of its kind in the United States, was established in 1972 and is internationally recognized. It has now been renamed The Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. The Pacific RIM Education (PRIME) program was implemented in 1997 as the first ever MBA course of its kind to require all first year full-time MBA students to participate in an international experience.).
15) Judge Business School, University of Cambridge (Established in 1990. It is named after Sir Paul Judge, chief founding benefactor of the school. Courses at the School include doctoral programmes, masters programmes and undergraduate studies: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Finance (MFin), Executive MBA, MPhil Finance, MPhil Innovation, Strategy & Organisation, MPhil Management, MPhil Management Science & Operations, MPhil Technology Policy, Management Studies (Undergraduate), Management of Technology and Innovation, Executive Education, Entrepreneurial Courses, PhD.).
16) UCLA Anderson School of Management (The school offers MBA (full-time, part-time, executive) and Ph.D. degrees. The school of management at UCLA was founded in 1935, and the MBA degree was authorized by the UC Regents four years later. Students may choose (but are not required) to focus in one or more of the following areas: Accounting, Decisions, Operations, and Technology Management, Communications, Media, and Entertainment Management, Entrepreneurial Studies, Finance, Global Economics and Management, Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, Information Systems, Marketing, Policy, Real Estate.).
17) Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (a business school located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. IIM-A’s flagship two-year PGP diploma program, equivalent to an MBA.).
18) The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Is the second oldest business school in the U.S. In addition to conducting graduate business programs, the school conducts research in the fields of finance, economics, quantitative marketing, and accounting.).
19) IESE Business School, University of Navarra (IESE has campuses in Barcelona, Madrid, and New York City and teaching facilities in Munich and Sao Paulo. IESE offers Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Executive MBA. ).
20) Melbourne Business School, The University of Melbourne (is a business school located in Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne Business School (MBS) began in 1954 when the University of Melbourne offered Australia’s first residential executive education program in the summer of that year. Its first Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree was awarded in 1965, which was also the first MBA degree awarded in Australia.).