An MBA in social enterprise isn’t just for a few elites anymore. Studies from Harvard Business School and Bridgespan Group show social enterprise exploding at business schools around the world. Course offerings that include social entrepreneurship doubled at top business schools over the last decade, according to the Bridgespan study. Perhaps more exciting is the rising popularity of partnerships with private companies, not only to provide consulting opportunities, but also for venture capital and incubator competitions focused on social impact. Many of these programs have an international focus, too, with more than 90 percent of their students coming from other countries. Field placements in foreign countries are also becoming standard fare for these social impact-driven programs. Nonprofits like San Francisco-based Net Impact are building social enterprise networks so students from schools around the world can get together for business competitions, conferences and networking.