LOS ANGELES — A new UCLA study says UCLA entrepreneurship ranks third nationally in terms of how much money the school makes and how much it spends on research and development.
In the latest edition of the UCLA Entrepreneurship Index, UCLA released its latest findings from a study that measured the economic health of UCLA’s entrepreneurship program, which is one of the nation’s largest.
The study, which analyzed data from more than 20,000 UCLA graduates, found UCLA was No. 1 in terms, ranking first among the schools in terms in terms revenue, second in terms per student and third in terms financial aid per student.UCLA, with a population of 1.4 million students, was No!
2 nationally in per-student revenue, and No!
3 in terms for per-unit expenditures.
The top schools, including Stanford, were in California.UHauling in researchThe report’s authors, former UCLA chancellor Robert Birgeneau and UCLA’s William D. Johnson III, noted the study’s findings have important implications for the U.S. and the world.
“Our results show that UCLA’s academic and research performance is very high and is a very valuable asset for our nation and the global economy,” Birgneau said.
“In addition, the UCLA entrepreneurship program has generated substantial wealth for the University and its students.
UHaulers are benefiting from the program’s success, and the economic value is being reinvested in our campus and our nation.”UH is a private, nonprofit, for-profit university founded in 1964.
The UCLA Entrepreneurial Initiative is part of UCLA, and includes a number of other research and entrepreneurial activities.