What is more important in an MBA, the education one receives or the networking one gets?
In the field of entrepreneurship, the top ranking MBA school is a relatively unknown school called Babson (http://mba.babson.edu/info/rankings.aspx). Their professors wrote many books on the subject, and it is clear that it outranks places like Harvard Business School in entrepreneurship.
On the other hand, some of the main reasons for getting an MBA are networking and improving the CV. HBS looks better on the CV, and the alumni network there is amazing.
Should one get an MBA before starting a business? If so, should it be from an ivy league school, or Babson?
In my case, I am about to finish a BA in business administration, which included a years worth of courses at the Wharton business school as a part of a student exchange program, so I do have some of the eduction that a person with a degree in engineering or geography would not have, but I wanted to keep the question more general so that it would benefit more of the people on this website.