Minimum upper second-class degree from a UK university, or equivalent overseas/professional qualification. A wide range of subjects accepted in Business, Economics, Science, Engineering, IT, Management and Marketing, Communication, Education, Political Science and Sociology. Work experience in a related field is not a requirment but can compensate for degree subject/grades. Applications assessed on individual merit.
Months of entry
Whether your ambition is to start your own business venture or bring fresh thinking to existing companies, this masters course will give you the skills and knowledge that are essential to help you succeed. You’ll learn about the core principles of innovation and entrepreneurship in a global context, with an emphasis on contemporary topics such as the digital and sharing economy. The course also includes a specialist module on social enterprise and Entrepreneurship not offered by most UK business schools.
Compulsory modules include: Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and New Business Venturing; Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship; Global Strategies for Growth; Quantitative and Qualitative Research; Innovation and Technology Transfer; Global Entrepreneurship
Optional modules include: Advanced Digital Communications, Retailing in the Digital Age; Sustainable and Responsible Innovation; Strategic Management; Consultancy Skills; Marketing in the Digital Age; Comparative and International People Management; Strategic Marketing Decisions; Decision Making in Practice
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