PitchBook did a study that ranks universities around the world based on the number of graduates who have founded U.S. companies with VC-funding from 2010 to 2013. The idea is that a school’s ranking success shouldn’t just reflect its scores or its sports teams, but that it should reflect how actively the schools are producing economic value in the U.S. – attracting investors and generating jobs.
The Indian Institutes of India is the only non-American school on the list, showing, as the PitchBook blog post points out, the value immigrants bring to the U.S. economy.
See the PitchBook blog for more info.
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