WashU Olin grads and entrepreneurs Andrew Glantz, BSBA
Access to funders and a readily accessible network of customers, mentors and advisors made St. Louis an attractive startup location.
Andrew Knight speaks with Poets & Quants about when an MBA makes sense, what the degree still does well, and when to consider other paths.
"This semester not only provided useful academic skills for my marketing major, but also it taught me many life lessons."
The program’s impressive showing came on the strength of improvements across all four major categories in the magazine’s methodology.
Fellows will build relationships in our entrepreneurial ecosystem, be matched with an alumni mentor and be housed within the Lewis Collaborative.