Stanford GSB provides resources to graduate students from all seven of Stanford’s schools to support entrepreneurial learning and foster opportunities to connect with the Stanford entrepreneurial community.
Entrepreneurial Courses at Stanford GSB
There are more than 65 entrepreneurial courses offered at Stanford GSB. While graduate students from each school receive enrollment priority for their home school’s classes, graduate students from any school are welcome to apply.
These Stanford GSB courses are a few examples that strongly encourage graduate students from other schools to apply.
Operated by Stanford GSB and open to graduate students from all schools, Stanford Venture Studio complements classroom learning with tailored resources and support to learn about and experiment with starting a venture.
The program offers graduate students a vibrant co-working space, tailored advice, and an engaged, multi-disciplinary community.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is a central location for exploring entrepreneurial learning opportunities at Stanford GSB. CES provides student advising, assists with curriculum development of entrepreneurial courses, manages co-curricular programs, and partners with faculty to conduct entrepreneurial research projects.
The Stanford Entrepreneurship Network gathers information about over two dozen entrepreneurship-related organizations on campus, providing students with one single point to see an overview of entrepreneurship opportunities at Stanford.