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Entrepreneurship (M.Sc. Business Administration)

Course Description

There is a growing realization that small and young businesses can have a major impact on economic growth, and that entrepreneurship provides fertile ground for innovation. In the Entrepreneurship specialization, we view entrepreneurship as processes of creating and exploiting opportunities by combining resources in novel ways. This produces new economic, public and social value. Creativity plays a vital role in these processes. We study entrepreneurial processes in all contexts where they occur: in small companies as well as large firms, in governmental organizations and among individual professionals.

Entry Requirements

In order to gain admission to the specialization entrepreneurship, you must have a bachelor’s degree (equal to the Dutch academic bachelor’s degree) and covered courses in business statistics, business research methods, organization design and strategy. Good comprehension skills in English are absolutely necessary for the master’s programme.

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