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MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management

Course Description

This is an intensive one year programme combining core management modules with advanced insight in innovation and entrepreneurship in a highly practical syllabus. Its aim is to create highly responsible entrepreneurs and leaders of innovation with solid ethical values and substantial management knowledge.

The programme

The programme is made up of three distinct phases – the Management core, the Innovation and Entrepreneurship core and business applications. Core modules are the backbone of our programme and give you a solid knowledge base in every subject area.

The Management core
The Management core is taught in the autumn term over five modules which will give you a broad business understanding as a foundation for the focused study of innovation and entrepreneurship. The management modules consist of:
• Accounting and Corporate Reporting Analysis
• Business Economics
• Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource
• Project Management
• Strategic Management

The Innovation and Entrepreneurship core
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship core is taught in the spring term and comprises five modules which will teach you how to create, deliver and capture value from innovation. The innovation and entrepreneurship modules consist of:
• Entrepreneurial Journey Part I
• Innovation Management
• International Marketing
• Management of Design
• Venture Capital and Growth Finance

Business applications
Business applications in the summer term will provide you with valuable practical experience and hands‑on application of the knowledge and skills you have learnt in real industry and entrepreneurial situations. The business application elements consist of:
• Business Models and Intellectual Property
• Entrepreneurial Journey Part II
• Consulting Project or Work Placement
• Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management Report or International Study Tour

Visit the MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management page on the Imperial College London website for more details!

Student Profiles

Imperial alumni loyalty bursary - No. of awards TBC

We offer a 10% bursary on programme fees to successful candidates with an undergraduate degree from Imperial awarded at a minimum of upper second class, or Master’s degree awarded with a minimum of Merit.

Value of Scholarship(s)

10% bursary on programme fees


We welcome applications from all Imperial College London alumni.

Application Procedure

All Imperial College London alumni applicants will be able to select this during the application process.

Further Information



Imperial College Business School Scholarship - 20+ Awards

All candidates receiving an offer to the Business School will be considered and selected on merit.

Value of Scholarship(s)

Up to £10,000


We offer a number of £10,000 scholarships based on academic excellence for entry to our MSc programmes in 2016.

Application Procedure

No additional scholarship essay is required.

Entry Requirements

A First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or international equivalent) from a recognised university. Typical degree backgrounds include engineering, economics, humanities and science. Designed for new and recent graduates. Candidates with more than three years’ work experience will be considered on a case by case basis. All applicants must demonstrate English language proficiency. Students who are not native speakers of English, or were not awarded their degree in a qualifying English speaking country, must demonstrate their proficiency by completing an approved English language qualification (including GCSE English, IELTS or TOEFL) at the required level.

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