The MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship is designed for graduates of any discipline who wish to become entrepreneurs. Applicants should normally possess a UK Honours degree normally classified 2.2 or above or an acceptable equivalent. Exceptionally, applicants without a first degree might be considered based on professional or other qualifications.
Months of entry
This course is designed to produce entrepreneurs and executives whose theoretical and practical expertise prepares them for the challenge of setting themselves up in their own business or taking on an entrepreneurial role in a corporation. You will develop your knowledge of the essential content of entrepreneurship with insights from specialist management disciplines and emerging issues and developments in contemporary entrepreneurship practice.
This course builds your abilities to make decisions, spot opportunities, think creatively and critically and develop as an entrepreneur and leader. You will complete an applied project that involves starting up your own business, running your own business or undertaking entrepreneurial work in an organisation, enabling you to address the real requirements and pitfalls of small business enterprise and management.
Full-time students attend four evenings a week to fit in around standard working hours, and part-time students attend two evenings a week.
- Features an applied project that involves starting up your own business, running your own business or undertaking entrepreneurial work in an organisation.
- We organise a guest lecture series where prominent industry leaders and entrepreneurs discuss key issues in business enterprise and entrepreneurship.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Middlesex Enquiries