Stanford Graduate School of Business offers the best MBA for entrepreneurship, according to new data from the Financial Times.
The US institurion has topped the FT 2017 ranking of the best 50 MBA programmes for entrepreneurship for the third year in a row.
The Sloan School of Management at MIT achieved second place ahead of the Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.
Research conducted by the FT showed that 36 % of Stanford MBA alumni from the class of 2013 started a company while studying or in the three years following graduation.
The FT increased its ranjing from 25 schools in 2016 to 50 in 2017, and includes schools from 13 countries, up from eight in 2016.
US schools, which account for nearly half of all ranked institutions, while UK schools increased from three to 10.
British MBA graduates are the most entrepreneurial, with 35% starting their own company, just ahead of graduates from Mexico (34 %), the report said.