Tel Aviv University was also ranked 13th—the only Israeli university on the list—of the top 25 MBA programs globally that produced entrepreneurs.
Four Israeli universities are ranked among the top 50 undergraduate programs in the world that produce the most successful entrepreneurs, according to a new study by the market-data company PitchBook.
Academic institutions were ranked based on their performance in producing the most entrepreneurs who secure venture funding for their startups. Tel Aviv University came in at No. 8, making it the only non-American university in the top 10.
Also in the top 50 was Haifa’s Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (No. 14), the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (No. 34) and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (No. 49).
A total of 694 entrepreneurs graduated from Tel Aviv University undergraduate programs, creating 577 companies and raising $10.6 billion in funding between Jan. 1, 2006 and Aug. 31, 2019, the study showed, according to The Times of Israel.
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