Learn to become an entrepreneur and develop your management skills. Graduate with the skills you need to launch a business or start your career in management. This course is for graduates with an undergraduate degree in any subject who want to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. You’ll learn the skills you need to pursue a range of entrepreneurial projects from start-up to corporate level. You will learn how to:
- understand trends
- identify and exploit opportunities
- apply management knowledge to business problems or entrepreneurial ideas
- communicate and pitch your ideas in a persuasive way
- apply entrepreneurial processes across different contexts
- an independent research project
- work alone or in a group to develop a viable business model. This could be for a new or existing business.
- act as an entrepreneurial advisor for a real start-up or SME, helping them develop a business model for growth
- an entrepreneurship related internship within a start-up or SME
- Network with our graduate entrepreneurs. They will give workshops on pitching, creative thinking, persuasion and negotiation. Enjoy coaching and feedback on your business ideas.
- Experiment with the entrepreneurial process and develop your skills in an open learning environment
- Develop a global outlook by learning and sharing knowledge with students all over the world
- Combine practical experience with the newest, leading research
- Entrepreneurship is a key theme at Bath. We're home to one of the largest research centres on innovation and entrepreneurship in the UK. We also have an entrepreneurship lab, Incepta, in our new School of Management building.
Learning You will experience a variety of teaching methods including:
- interactive lectures
- case studies
- seminar presentations
- group project work
You should have at least a 2:1 (or its international equivalent) at undergraduate level. We may make an offer based on a lower grade if you can provide evidence of your suitability for the degree. This course will appeal to you if you have studied a subject like science, engineering, the arts or a social science. If your first degree is in business or management, then you might find the course has too much overlap. We will consider all applications.
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