Princenton Review 's Franek Squawks about new list of Entreprenuership Schools

Robert Franek, author of The Best 368 Colleges, and vice-president of publishing at the Princeton Review, appeared on CNBC's 'Squawk on The Street' with Erin Burnett discussing the newest list of The Top 25 Entrepreneurship Schools Across the Country, and the rising popularity of these colleges. I interviewed Robert in June of this year for the piece I wrote about the new SAT Vocab Challenge Application for Apple's iPhone and iTouch (read about it here).

Robert Franek

“Not only does this select group of schools offer superlative preparation that successfully combines theory with practical application, but the majority of schools have also developed interesting components that are focused on social entrepreneurship and sustainability,” said Robert Franek, The Princeton Review's senior vice president of publishing and nationally acclaimed expert on college and graduate school admissions. “A year or two ago these types of initiatives were part of an emerging trend, but there's no question that they've now become an important part of many entrepreneurship programs, and will play a major role within the business community and the economy”, stated Franek and was reported on PRNewswire

Babson College took top honors in both the undergraduate and graduate categories for providing a balanced liberal arts education while strictly concentrating on a business-based curriculum.

Read more about other colleges and universities specializing in entrepreneurship which made it to this annual list of schools published by Robert Franek and the trusted people at the Princeton Review.

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