The University of Washington is one of the nation's top colleges for entrepreneurship.
The Foster School of Business ranks:
#15 in undergraduate entrepreneurship
(U.S. News & World Report
#13 in graduate entrepreneurship (Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine)
Arthur W. Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship
About the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship:
The Buerk Center promotes entrepreneurship to students across the University of Washington campus and beyond. Our students become leaders who challenge the status quo and change the way business is done.
The Buerk Center brings students from many disciplines together in the classroom and provides the framework and incentives to convert their ideas into thriving businesses. Over 70 businesses have launched as a result of our academic and practical experience programs.
The UW Business Plan Competition is a premier Foster School event involving more than 400 alumni and entrepreneurs as judges, mentors, supporters.
The UW Environmental Innovation Challenge
encourages students to solve our world's most pressing environmental problems with innovations that have market potential.
UW graduate students can earn a certificate in entrepreneurship while gaining real-world experience and mentoring from the best of Seattle's thriving entrepreneurial community.
The Jones + Foster Accelerator program helps early-stage, student-led companies get off the ground with six months of help from expert mentors and up to $25,000 in follow-on funding.
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