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Entrepreneurship and innovation management are essential for growth strategies in a world faced by technological disruption. This course will prepare you for these challenges and opportunities – whether in a large organisation, emerging-growth company or start-up.
We combine an academic foundation with practical experience to reinforce your skills. This may include a crowdfunding campaign or project with companies in the SETSquared Partnership - Surrey, ranked number one university business incubator worldwide by UBI Global.
You can also tailor your learning through a choice of modules and final project, while benefitting from mentoring expertise to help you fulfil your career aspirations.
We are ranked in the top 10 for business and economics in the United Kingdom by the Times Higher
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A minimum of a 2:2 UK honours degree or a recognised equivalent international qualification.
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The University of Surrey is one of the UK's top professional, scientific and technological universities. Surrey has a world-class profile, a leading reputation in teaching and research, and received a prestigious Gold award in the first ever Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)Read more
What attracted you to choose Surrey and to study your course here?
I had it easy - back in 2010 only a handful of universities in the UK offered PG courses in Entrepreneurship, so my choice was narrowed down for me. Surrey seemed like the best option - with a strong academic record, excellent facilities and infrastructure (and you DO need that for social sciences, too!) and within close proximity of Europe's busiest business hub, I made my mind up within hours.
What is your strongest memory of your time at Surrey – what do you picture first when you think of being here?
My strongest memories are Lecture Theatre 1 in the Rik Medlik Building (Faculty of Management and Law back in my days) and Manor Park. In business, relationships you make are just as important as the knowledge you gain and Manor Park created some of the best friendships I've had ever since.
What is the one thing you would say about Surrey (or your course) to someone who doesn’t know anything about it?
Keeping it simple, I'd just say "go to Surrey, you'll thank me later!" But in all fairness, I'd mention the superb staff and facilities, excellent accommodation and sports venues, and the kind of people that are hard to find elsewhere. For the first time, my course mates were genuinely interested in everything we had done, and we were equally immersed in Entrepreneurship both inside and outside of the classroom. Last but not least, I would recommend MSc Entrepreneurship as such - writing a business plan instead of traditional dissertation was of great advantage to a person like me, with strong preference for applied knowledge.
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