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The Master of Enterprise (MEnt) Textiles and Fashion degree, offered in partnership with the Manchester Science and Enterprise Centre (MSEC), is a unique and exciting programme which provides a portal to guide you into the textile and fashion enterprise culture. Read more
The Master of Enterprise (MEnt) Textiles and Fashion degree, offered in partnership with the Manchester Science and Enterprise Centre (MSEC), is a unique and exciting programme which provides a portal to guide you into the textile and fashion enterprise culture. Graduates of the programme have gone on to launch their own businesses or work for small and large global companies.

The programme will provide you with the latest technological know-how in your chosen area, building on your existing knowledge, and teach you the specific enterprise skills necessary for the successful launch and growth of a small company. The programme will also develop your understanding of the role of innovation and knowledge transfer in enterprise.

The programme
Prior to joining the programme, you will normally have developed an enterprise idea – in some case you will have developed a product or service, as part of your final undergraduate degree, which you would like to turn into a business - but this is not compulsory.

The programme is made up of two core taught units (delivered by MSEC), Enterprise project, two elective taught units (delivered by the School of Materials) and a dissertation. The elective programme units run in parallel with the Enterprise project and provide and enhance the essential background to enable you to develop your idea, product or service.

You will be assessed by a combination of continuous assessment and examination.

Funding is currently available, from MSEC, for Home and EU students wishing to apply for the MEnt Textiles and Fashion for the academic year 2007/08. Go to our website for further details.

Transferable skills are embedded in the units - presentation skills, report writing, project planning tools, ICT and web-based skills, negotiation, forecasting and pricing skills.

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The Master of Enterprise (MEnt) is a unique programme designed to give graduates the business knowledge and skills required to take a new product or service to market. Read more
The Master of Enterprise (MEnt) is a unique programme designed to give graduates the business knowledge and skills required to take a new product or service to market. Students work on projects which combine their subject expertise with the enterprise knowledge and skills required to turn these projects into viable business propositions. The project is supported by two compulsory taught enterprise units provided by the Manchester Science and Enterprise Centre (MEC) and two optional physics and astronomy units. Students are based within the MEC Business Creation Unit. The enterprise project will be carried out in the School of Physics and Astronomy, with MEC providing business premises in support of the entrepreneurial component. Students will be allocated a supervisor in Physics and Astronomy along with an enterprise supervisor from MEC and will also be allocated a business mentor to provide guidance during the projects exit to market.

The Manchester MEnt is recognised as one of the best postgraduate enterprise programmes in the country by students and academics alike. Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to home applicants with a first class degree or equivalent.

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The Master of Enterprise is offered as a joint venture with the Manchester Enterprise Centre (MEC) and has been designed to appeal to those students who have a desire to participate actively in the business of exploiting their scientific skills and knowledge, whilst practising as professional scientists. Read more
The Master of Enterprise is offered as a joint venture with the Manchester Enterprise Centre (MEC) and has been designed to appeal to those students who have a desire to participate actively in the business of exploiting their scientific skills and knowledge, whilst practising as professional scientists.

The Master of Enterprise (MEnt) is a research degree programme designed for students from any subject background looking to develop new business ideas. It is also ideal for those with a research interest in enterprise, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Prior knowledge or study of business is not necessary as the programme aims to enhance your subject expertise within a commercial context. Each year students on the programme come from a wide range of academic backgrounds such as materials, engineering, computer science, life sciences and arts, histories and cultures.

Programme content

You will learn key enterprise skills such as opportunity recognition, idea generation and the ability to transform ideas into tangible business proposals. You will also gain essential knowledge and awareness in areas such as finance, risk management and market research.

The two taught enterprise units are complimented by two other taught units from your academic area of interest. These can be selected from any of the University’s postgraduate programmes and will enable you to enhance your subject knowledge a commercial context.

Year-long enterprise research project

Your project will develop your competences in knowledge transfer and will combine enterprise, entrepreneurship and innovation research from a commercial perspective.

The project must have a potential commercial application and can be based on your own proposal for a start-up business, or it can be undertaken on behalf of an external organisation. We can source suitable projects for you if required.

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The Master of Enterprise [MEnt] is run jointly by the School of Chemistry and Manchester Enterprise Centre. The course has been designed to combine Masters level research, sound business theory and the practical enterprise skills needed to apply that knowledge in a business context. Read more

Overview

The Master of Enterprise [MEnt] is run jointly by the School of Chemistry and Manchester Enterprise Centre. The course has been designed to combine Masters level research, sound business theory and the practical enterprise skills needed to apply that knowledge in a business context.

The Master of Enterprise degree reflects the nature of knowledge-based enterprise and innovation. Students develop ideas from their discipline into new products and services. The School of Chemistry has particular strengths in biological chemistry and organic synthesis, computational and theoretical chemistry, materials chemistry (inorganic and polymer), magnetic resonance and structural chemistry, radiochemistry and environmental chemistry and nanoscience. Manchester Science Enterprise Centre provides the enterprise element of the course and support in the business development activities undertaken by students. Each student has at least one subject supervisor, an enterprise supervisor and potentially a business mentor from a relevant industry sector.

Programme Content and Assessment

Students will learn key enterprise skills such as opportunity recognition, idea generation and the ability to transform ideas into tangible business proposals. Students will also gain essential knowledge and awareness in areas such as finance, risk management and market research.

Students are assessed by a combination of exams and coursework. Students take two compulsory enterprise units (30 credits in total) and two optional subject units (30 credits in total) from your academic area of interest and an Enterprise Project (120 credits). These can be selected from any of the University’s postgraduate programmes and will enable you to enhance your subject knowledge a commercial context.

Year-long enterprise research project

The project will develop a students competences in knowledge transfer and will combine enterprise, entrepreneurship and innovation research from a commercial perspective.

The project must have a potential commercial application and can be based on a students own proposal for a start-up business, or it can be undertaken on behalf of an external organisation. We can source suitable projects for students if required.

Fees, Funding and Scholarships

Fees for this programme are dependent upon the subject based units that you choose and the School of Chemistry tuition fees. Contact Elisa Harrocks for more details.

Manchester Science Enterprise Centre offer a limited number of scholarships for both UK and EU student.

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Master of Enterprise. The Master of Enterprise (MEnt) degree, run by the Manchester Enterprise Centre (MEC), is a unique and exciting programme which provides a portal to guide you into any discipline within the University of Manchester. Read more
Master of Enterprise

The Master of Enterprise (MEnt) degree, run by the Manchester Enterprise Centre (MEC), is a unique and exciting programme which provides a portal to guide you into any discipline within the University of Manchester. The programme is available across all subjects. Graduates of the programme have gone on to launch their own businesses or to work for small or large global companies.

Prior to joining the programme, you will normally have developed an enterprise idea – in some case you will have developed a product or service, as part of your final undergraduate degree, which you would like to turn into a business - but this is not compulsory.

The programme is made up of two core taught units (delivered by MEC), two elective taught units (delivered by the School) and a dissertation. The elective programme units run in parallel with the Enterprise project and provide and enhance the essential background to enable you to develop your idea, product or service.

Please e-mail for further details or speak to out Postgraduate Administrator - Elisa Harrocks on 0161 306 8487 for further information regarding the programme and the scholarships available.

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The Master of Enterprise degree reflects the nature of knowledge-based enterprise and innovation. Students develop ideas from their discipline into new products and services. Read more
The Master of Enterprise degree reflects the nature of knowledge-based enterprise and innovation. Students develop ideas from their discipline into new products and services. The School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science (CEAS) has strengths in measurement and novel instrumentation, bio-materials and pharmaceuticals production and new materials and methods of processing. Manchester Science Enterprise Centre provides the enterprise element of the course and support in the business development activities undertaken by students. Each student has at least one subject supervisor, an enterprise supervisor and potentially a business mentor from a relevant industry sector.

Students are assessed by a combination of exams and coursework. Students take two compulsory enterprise units (30 credits in total) and two optional subject units (30 credits in total) and an Enterprise Project (120 credits).

Manchester Enterprise Centre Scholarships and Studentships (EC Nationals only) are available. The University of Manchester Loyalty Bursary Scheme offers 20% reduced fees to alumni.

Students whose first language is not English require a minimum of IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 570 (paper-based) or 230 (computer-based).

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Sustainable de­ve­lop­ment is one of the ma­jor glo­bal chal­len­ges fa­c­ing the twen­ty-first cen­tu­ry. Yet, it still re­mains un­cle­ar in which di­rec­tion, wi­t­hin which so­ci­al and eco­lo­gi­cal frame­work, and by me­ans of which stra­te­gy sustainable de­ve­lop­ment can move for­ward. Read more
Sustainable de­ve­lop­ment is one of the ma­jor glo­bal chal­len­ges fa­c­ing the twen­ty-first cen­tu­ry. Yet, it still re­mains un­cle­ar in which di­rec­tion, wi­t­hin which so­ci­al and eco­lo­gi­cal frame­work, and by me­ans of which stra­te­gy sustainable de­ve­lop­ment can move for­ward. The­se ques­ti­ons form the star­ting point of our in­ter­na­tio­nal, in­ter- and trans­di­sci­pli­na­ry re­se­arch-ori­en­ted, and sustaina­bi­li­ty-pro­blem-fo­cu­sed Mas­ter's Pro­gram in Global Sustainability Science.

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Fi­nanz­ma­nage­ment, Rech­nungs­le­gung, Wirt­schafts­prüfung, Un­ter­neh­mens­be­wer­tung – wenn Sie sich für die ana­ly­ti­schen Pro­zes­se in­ner­halb ei­nes Un­ter­neh­mens in­ter­es­sie­ren, bie­tet Ih­nen der Mas­ter­stu­di­en­gang Management & Finance & Accounting ein in­ter­es­san­tes Stu­di­en­feld. Read more
Fi­nanz­ma­nage­ment, Rech­nungs­le­gung, Wirt­schafts­prüfung, Un­ter­neh­mens­be­wer­tung – wenn Sie sich für die ana­ly­ti­schen Pro­zes­se in­ner­halb ei­nes Un­ter­neh­mens in­ter­es­sie­ren, bie­tet Ih­nen der Mas­ter­stu­di­en­gang Management & Finance & Accounting ein in­ter­es­san­tes Stu­di­en­feld. Im Ma­jor Fi­nan­ce & Ac­coun­ting er­wer­ben Sie be­triebs­wirt­schaft­li­che Hand­lungs­kom­pe­tenz für viel­sei­ti­ge und an­spruchs­vol­le Führungs­auf­ga­ben nicht nur im Fi­nanz- und Rech­nungs­we­sen, son­dern auch in Be­ra­tungs- und Prüfungs­un­ter­neh­men. Da­bei ler­nen Sie – ins­be­son­de­re vor dem Hin­ter­grund der letz­ten Fi­nanz­kri­se – wie sich die­se be­triebs­wirt­schaft­li­chen Kern­dis­zi­pli­nen zur Lösung ak­tu­el­ler ge­sell­schaft­li­cher Pro­ble­me so­zi­al ver­ant­wort­lich und nach­hal­tig ge­stal­ten las­sen, so­dass die Un­ter­neh­men selbst und ex­ter­ne In­ter­es­sen­grup­pen glei­cher­maßen pro­fi­tie­ren.

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The worldwide exchange of goods, the mobility of humans and the constant flow of information and ideas requires expertise about transport chains and how exchange processes work, what design options are available and the ability to develop new methods to meet future challenges. Read more

Supply Chain Engineering and Management: What is it all about?

The worldwide exchange of goods, the mobility of humans and the constant flow of information and ideas requires expertise about transport chains and how exchange processes work, what design options are available and the ability to develop new methods to meet future challenges. Organizations and management of modern logistic networks demand professional staff. The necessary knowledge reaches far beyond mere logistics or management knowledge. It requires personalities that do not only operate, but have a desire to be responsible and engage in shaping, in engineering the future.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) plays a key, strategic role in the performance of companies with above average success. SCM adds value for the company and its clients. It prevails in SCM that to achieve constant gain in competitive advantage the supply chain must whenever possible be organized from strategy, to implementation, all the way to operationalisation. Because of that it needs well trained leaders, who are able to position the topic supply chain as a strategic function. This master program encompasses these facets in different ways and appropriately roots them into various modules of the curriculum.

It is to be expected that the demand for leaders educated in this manner will grow in the future. The Master’s program M.Sc. Supply Chain Engineering & Manage¬ment obtains this quality by using a holistic approach to prepare its students for these complex challenges which pertain to industry and logistics research with interdisciplinary and practical knowledge.

Graduate program at Jacobs University: “Think out of the box”

The need to manage supply chains, production facilities and transport more efficiently has intensified the demand for educated professionals with both management and engineering skills. The graduate program in Supply Chain Engineering and Management (MSc) at Jacobs University aims to meet this demand by educating and training the leaders of tomorrow.

The program’s structure emphasizes equally techniques and technologies, economies and management, and engineering technologies as well as languages and soft skills. It has been designed and implemented in close cooperation with industry and international partner universities. Thus, students will benefit from broad exposure to »real world« challenges and academic excellence.
The program’s basic idea is to bridge the gap between classical management and engineers within one company: Often, they do not really understand each other due to different wordings, perspectives and aims. We try to create a certain understanding and knowledge, we try to open horizons, to make our students aware of the other group’s perspective - making them "think out of the box".

Apart from its interdisciplinary and interactive approaches in its programs, one of the foundations of Jacobs University is its internationality. The study program Supply Chain Engineering and Management reflects this as well: more than 25 students from 14 different countries are taught in English. Also, faculty and lecturers come from different cultural backgrounds, e.g. Finland, Germany, Britain, USA, Ireland, or Norway.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Students with a MSc in Supply Chain Engineering and Management will find a wide range of attractive career options, in the dynamic and interesting field of logistics and beyond. So far, the employment rate of the program's predecessor is close to 100% within the first 12 months after graduation. Frequently, students get job offers already during their last year at Jacobs University. About half of the graduates work in Germany.

Among others, so far graduates entered industries such as logistics departments of car manufacturers, the food industry, or the aerospace industry. They work for international operating railway transportation companies or business consultancies. In the very same way, graduates of SCEM are qualified to opt for a career in academia, in governmental institutions, international organizations, business associations, the media and non-profit organizations.

Due to their experience working and living with students from about 100 countries on Jacobs University’s international campus, graduates are well-prepared to take on responsibility in multicultural work environments. They have a specific advantage competing for jobs that require not only basic skills and qualifications in the field of logistics, but also inter-cultural skills, as well as practical problem-solving skills and methods meant to deal with challenges in a globalized world. Such jobs are increasingly offered in all institutions mentioned above, but specifically in international organizations, multinational corporations and governmental institutions.

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In­te­gra­ting pu­blic and pri­va­te eco­no­mic law, the pro­gram­me brings to­ge­ther two are­as of law that are of­ten co­ve­r­ed in­de­pen­dent­ly in le­gal li­te­ra­tu­re as well as in teaching. Read more
In­te­gra­ting pu­blic and pri­va­te eco­no­mic law, the pro­gram­me brings to­ge­ther two are­as of law that are of­ten co­ve­r­ed in­de­pen­dent­ly in le­gal li­te­ra­tu­re as well as in teaching. This di­vi­si­on will be over­co­me wi­t­hin the frame­work of this pro­gram­me to pro­vi­de stu­dents with a ho­lis­tic ap­proach on in­ter­na­tio­nal eco­no­mic law that cha­rac­te­ri­ses this area of law in prac­tice. The pro­gram­me aims to de­li­ver a broad, sci­en­ti­fic and pro­found en­ga­ge­ment with the play­ers and struc­tu­res of in­ter­na­tio­nal eco­no­mic law (first stu­dy year in Lüne­burg) and, as well as to fa­ci­li­ta­te an ad­di­tio­nal spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on in one of the core sub­jects of in­ter­na­tio­nal eco­no­mic law such as Cor­po­ra­te & Fi­nan­ci­al Law, In­ter­na­tio­nal Com­mer­ci­al Law, In­ter­na­tio­nal Com­pe­ti­ti­on Law & Po­li­cy or In­tel­lec­tu­al Pro­per­ty & the Di­gi­tal Eco­no­my (se­cond stu­dy year in Glas­gow).

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