Let Your Business Benefit From an E-Business Project
We are seeking proposals for dissertation projects that can be undertaken by students during summer 2008.
Deadline for project proposals: February 8, 2008.
The Lancaster Masters in E-Business & Innovation (EBIN) is a unique multidisciplinary programme that provides students with the management, entrepreneurial and ICT knowledge required for managing enterprises driven by innovations in e-business.
Further details including a timetable and past project examples can be found in the documents below.
If you would like to submit a project proposal for a project to suit your business please use the proposal template. Send your proposal outline to:
Dr. Gerd Kortuem
Programme Director E-Business & Innovation
Phone: 01524 510324
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