An MBA in Entrepreneurship helps one develop knowledge and skills required for new venture creation, product/service development, and business management. A strong focus on entrepreneurship prepares you to be a leader and be ready for the challenges while growing a business and adapting to environmental, regulatory and technological changes. US bschools take lead in the top 20, with Babson and Stanford taking the top spots. Listed below is a list of top 20 MBA in Entrepreneurship. 

Rank School name Average GMAT score Enrolment
#1 Babson College (Olin) 610 426
#1 Stanford University 732 809
#3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) 713 819
#4 Harvard University 727 1,851
#5 University of California—​Berkeley (Haas) 714 497
#6 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 725 1,677
#7 University of Texas (McCombs) 690 511
#8 University of Michigan—​ (Ross) 704 941
#9 University of Southern California (Marshall) 686 415
#10 Indiana University—​(Kelley) 664 392
#11 University of Arizona (Eller) 639 95
#12 University of Chicago (Booth) 723 1,176
#13 Rice University (Jones) 676 223
#14 Loyola Marymount University N/A N/A
#14 St. Louis University (Cook) 588 42
#14 University of North Carolina—​ (Kenan-​Flagler) 683 573
#17 Columbia University 716 1,279
#17 University of Virginia (Darden) 706 633
#19 Syracuse University (Whitman) 630 75
#19 University of California—​ (Anderson) 706 724

*Based on US News rankings 2014