Washington, D.C. (Nov. 16, 2017) — The GW School of Business has been cited as one of the very best by The Princeton Review in its “Top Schools for Graduate Entrepreneurship of 2018” ranking. The prestigious ranking places GWSB among the top 25 business schools in the nation.
“Successful entrepreneurship requires creativity, vision and a willingness to take risks, but it also requires the solid foundation of a world-class business education,” GWSB Dean Vivek Choudhury said. “At GWSB, we are committed to fostering creativity and innovation within the framework of business education. This ranking is a tribute to our faculty, students and the many GWSB alumni who have gone on to launch successful business ventures.”
"Successful entrepreneurship requires creativity, vision and a willingness to take risks, but it also requires the solid foundation of a world-class business education"
Interim Dean, School of Business
Professor of Informations Systems & Tech. Managment
George Solomon, professor of management and director of the Center For Entrepreneurial Excellence (CFEE), said the center was honored by the top-25 ranking. “The collaborative partnership among the School of Business, the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and CFEE provides GW students with a comprehensive package of courses, experiential activities and real life exposure to the trials and tribulations of becoming a creative, innovative and entrepreneurial focused professional in the 21st century,” Dr. Solomon said.
The complete graduate entrepreneurship rankings are currently available on The Princeton Review website, and will be featured in an article in the December 2017 issue of Entrepreneur magazine.
GW’s School of Business is an international leader in education and research, which prides itself on training future leaders to be global problem solvers and socially responsible managers. The school leverages its prime location—in the heart of Washington—by attracting visiting scholars and leaders in the business community to work, teach and engage with students on campus. The depth and variety of its academic and professional programs, including five specialized master’s programs, provide rich opportunities for academic engagement and career development for students in the school’s core Bachelor of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration and doctoral programs.