Programme at a glance

Unlike traditional management programmes, the BSc Entrepreneurship and Management provides an opportunity to develop entrepreneurial skills in creativity, opportunity identification, social networking, business start-up and selling. 

Drawing on world-leading pedagogies for teaching entrepreneurship, you will be exposed to a range of different challenges through which you will take responsibility for creating new ideas, gathering resources and turning your ideas into opportunities. Our degree programme will also immerse you into a range of different entrepreneurial contexts such as large organisations, small and growing ventures, or starting your own new ventures. 

During your studies, you will understand what it means to be entrepreneurial and you will have experienced what it feels like to act entrepreneurially. This will provide you with a unique lens to reflect on your personal and career aspirations. It will also empower you to make things happen and prepare you to become resilient to the everyday challenges you may face. 

Programme Design

Our degree offers a flexible structure allowing you to complement your studies in Entrepreneurship and Management with modules from Accounting and Finance, Economics, Marketing, Management Science and Organisation, Work and Technology. In addition, you may also choose options from other areas such as Arts and Social Sciences. 

 

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Year One: Discovery

This year involves discovering what motivates you, mastering key concepts and meeting like-minded people. You’ll begin your degree with first-year core modules including Entrepreneurial Discovery; Introduction to Business Analytics along with other options from within the Management School.

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Year Two: Pace

As you move to your second year, you will participate in key modules that will develop your entrepreneurial skills and mindset. The Leadership and Social Innovation Challenge and the Business Start-up module will allow you to develop ideas into opportunities and these will be complemented with core entrepreneurial capabilities including innovation and creativity, selling and negotiation, networking and finance.

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Year Three: Experience

If you opt for our 4-year programme, your third year will be spent either working in an organisation or studying abroad in one of partner universities around the world. Both of these opportunities will allow you to gain invaluable experience for your future career including cultural awareness, networking skills and an insight into how entrepreneurship and innovation are an intrinsic part of the global economy.

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Final Year: Preparation

In your final year, you will fully engage with entrepreneurial processes by participating in the Entrepreneurship Challenge (exclusive to our degree). In addition, you will also engage in specialist contextual modules in social entrepreneurship, family businesses and business model innovation, as well as strategy modules that will provide you with tools to conduct in-depth market and industry analyses.