[The editor sez: this week, we're writing about classes at Stanford that deal with entrepreneurship in one way or another. If you're new to TVB, check out our previous series about where the tech elite eat, and some of the most important accelerators and incubators to watch.]
“To simplify the search [for the next great companies],” Peter Thiel says, ” I suggest you look within a five-mile radius of Stanford.” But you may not even need to look that broadly.
Stanford University, as a recent New Yorker article so emphatically pointed out, is deep into the woods of startups and entrepreneurship. The school has a plethora of paths for getting your idea off the ground while also getting course credit (including a class taught by Stanford alum Thiel himself).