Top Entrepreneurship Schools Worldwide for 2018

In 2018, the top entrepreneurial schools are now more than twice as prevalent in the United States as they were in 2010, according to a new study from The Wall Street Journal.

The findings of the study suggest that, as with many other industries, the entrepreneurial climate has shifted in recent years, and that the US is on track to overtake Europe as the top source of foreign-born entrepreneurs.

“Our study found that the number of international students pursuing entrepreneurship is higher than it was in 2010,” said David S. Satterfield, the study’s lead author.

“The number of U.S.-based students pursuing the industry is also on the rise.

These numbers are good news for U.N.F. students and students from the U.K., the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Australia and New Zealand.”

The study found, in total, 1,973 students enrolled in the U-12 and U-16 levels of entrepreneurship in the US in 2017.

This represents a significant increase from just 3,838 students in 2016.

Among the top five highest-ranked schools in the world are New Zealand, South Korea, Singapore and Japan.

“These results show that U.P.T.S. students are taking their first steps into the world of entrepreneurship,” Satterfeld said.

“As a result, our survey also showed that the industry has become more competitive, with a growing number of companies focusing on the U.-14, U-15 and U.16 levels.”

The top five schools in this year’s study were: U-20 – Hong Kong; U-17 – China; U.19 – Singapore; U18 – United States; and U18.4 – India.

The U.B.C. is the leading international school, with students from 50 countries participating.

The U.T., a private institution in the Philippines, was also named as one of the top 10 international schools.