Brigham Young University’s undergraduate and graduate programs ranked No. 2 and No. 7, respectively, in The Princeton Review’s recent annual survey for Entrepreneur magazine.
Students from across campus expanded and demonstrated their innovative talents during the week-long event showcasing entrepreneurial resources available at BYU.
A BYU student startup takes away $125,000 at the first-ever Start Madness competition.
Marriott School undergraduate programs continue to earn high marks from U.S. News, including top rankings in accounting, international business and entrepreneurship.
BYU came in at No. 17 on Forbes' list of the Most Entrepreneurial Research Universities.
Kaitek Labs, a student-founded company based in Chile, took home first place and more than $30,000 at the IBMC held at BYU.
BYU took six of the top seven slots at the Utah Student 25, an annual competition recognizing Utah’s top student-founded businesses.
The BYU student-run company took the grand prize totaling more than $700,000 last Saturday in Houston.
Cash prizes in six figures were at stake for students competing in the Miller NVC Final hosted by the Rollins Center.
Led by SimpleCitizen, five BYU startups came out on top at the annual Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.
The Utah Startup Marketplace hosted by the Rollins Center connected students with local startups.
The title of 2015 Student Entrepreneur of the Year and over $16,000 was awarded last week by the Rollins Center.
Student-run companies gained experience and a share of $21,000 at the Business Model Competition.