More Wharton MBAs Are Opting for Startups

June 25, 2013 | Bloomberg Business by Elizabeth Rowe

The percentage of Wharton MBAs starting their own businesses at graduation has nearly tripled in five years, and the number of students working summer internships with startups is up nearly 15 percent since last year, the school says.

So far this year, 7.4 percent of Wharton’s 2013 graduating class are starting their own companies, up from 6.1 percent last year and 2.6 percent in 2008. The number of first-year students working internships with startups has hit 70, up from 61 last year.

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