September 2, 2014 | According to a survey conducted by Seattle-based venture capital research fund PitchBook, Tel Aviv University is the ninth most entrepreneurial campus in the world. The survey was conducted on approximately 13,000 entrepreneurs from around the world, finding that Tel Aviv ranks ninth for the amount of alumni that go on to become entrepreneurs. It fell behind more prestigious schools like Stanford University, the University of California Berkley and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. However, Tel Aviv was rated more entrepreneurial than Yale, Princeton and Columbia, Ivy League institutions in the United States. Tel Aviv University was one of three Israeli universities to make it onto PitchBook’s top 50 list, along with the Technion that placed 18th, and Hebrew University, placing 36th.