Which business schools alumni go on to found the most successful companies? Which fosters the most entrepreneurial spirit? QS TopMBA.com Return on Investment Report: Full-Time MBA 2018 looks at which institution produces the most enterprising students, by analyzing the percentage of graduates who create their own companies. Here are the top 10 institutions across the world for setting up your own business: 1. Kingston Business School, Kingston University - 33% Despite its brief 30-year history, Kingston Business School students are the most entrepreneurial this year - with a third of all graduates setting up their own businesses. This is supported by a syllabus which focuses heavily on tailoring courses to students own business interests. The schools alumni network includes Tony Ball, the former CEO of BSkyB and Francis Yeoh, the CEO of YTL Corporation. That being said, Kingstons MBA course has a very small class size, which inevitably has an effect on the averages. 2. ESSEC Business School - 30% ESSEC is one of Europes most competitive business schools. Graduates of the MBA course include many notable CEOs and company founders, including the CEO of Accenture, the chairman of Coca-Cola Europe, and the CEO of Adidas. The institution clearly fosters an air of innovation and entrepreneurship as 30% of graduates go on to found their own companies. 3. The International University of Monaco (IUM) - 28% The Principality of Monaco is one of the most international countries in the world, comprising over 100 nationalities. This means students of IUM are immersed in true cultural diversity, allowing them to expand their global awareness and business knowledge - essential for running companies in todays multinational world. Around 28% go on to found their own businesses.