This exciting Masters programme, through its strong focus on the practical application of theory, equips able business and non-business graduates with the knowledge and skills they will need to be more innovative and enterprising in their future careers.
The programme emphasises theoretical rigour and practical learning. It benefits from the academic excellence and broad business networks provided by the School’s Department of Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Innovation. Several modules draw on our Entrepreneurs in Residence programme.
The programme is designed for students who want to start their own business, work as an ‘intrapreneur’ and innovator in an existing company, take over a family business, or work in entrepreneurship and innovation-related fields (eg, consulting, public support programmes).
The programme is designed for both business graduates and graduates from other disciplines with some work experience or a family business background.
Subject areas - Corporate Entrepreneurship - Dissertation Project and Research Methods - Entrepreneurship in Practice - Family Enterprise Management - Innovation in Practice - Internationalisation and New Technologies - Introduction to Business Analytics - Introduction to Entrepreneurship - Strategic Management
A degree in a business or management discipline, or a degree with a substantial element of those subjects. If your first degree does not include those subjects, equivalent experience in entrepreneurship, innovation or business may be considered. IELTS: 7.0 (with a minimum element score of 6.0).
Recipient: Lancaster University
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