The world of business never stands still, which is why – with input from our students and employers – we're introducing our MBA Entrepreneurship degree course. Study in Cambridge and benefit from a broad, analytical and integrated introduction to business and management. We take real-world challenges as our starting point, and focus on practical, hands-on learning all the way.
You want the skills to not only successfully manage a business for your employer but also the skills needed to go out on your own, the skillset used by entrepreneurs to develop their own ideas, create their own organisational structure as well as manage and administer it.
This course is a broad analytical study of business, with a focus on Entrepreneurship, giving you a broad awareness of organisational issues, and the ability to evaluate the potential outcomes of complicated or problematic situations in a variety of contexts including developing the value proposition to continuously invent and improve the ways in ways that meet constantly evolving customer profiles.
As a budding entrepreneur, you’ll recognise the practices of entrepreneurship; play, empathy, creation, experimentation and ‘refection’, relating your experiences to the field of entrepreneurship to build a successful organisation.
Our MBA Entrepreneurship focuses on providing a broad, analytical and integrated study of business and management. As a graduate you could start your own business, enter a managerial or organisational role, and offer support to colleagues in junior or senior management roles.
We place a strong emphasis on practical and professional skills. You’ll be assessed on work-based assignments, research projects, syndicate work and group presentations.
You have a highly active mind and see opportunity everywhere. Now you need theory and life-changing skills to sharpen your approach to management. At the Faculty of Business & Law, you will immerse yourself in a multicultural environment where technology blends with teaching to create a dynamic and innovative learning environment. An environment to help you gain those skills.
You can pay your fees upfront, in full or in instalments – though you won't need to pay until you've accepted an offer to study with us. This information also applies to EU students starting a course before 1 August 2021.How to pay your fees directly
You can pay your fees upfront, in full or in two instalments. We will also ask you for a deposit of £4,000 or a sponsorship letter. Details will be in your offer letter.Paying your fees
It’s important to decide how to fund your course before applying. Use our finance guide for postgraduate students to learn more about postgraduate loans and other funding options.
We offer a fantastic range of ARU scholarships and bursaries, which provide extra financial support while you're at university.
Whether you're studying entirely online or through a blend of on-campus and online learning from September 2020, you'll need a computer and reliable internet access to successfully engage with your course. A small number of our courses require additional technical specifications or specialist materials. Before starting the course, we recommend that you check our technical requirements for online learning. Our website also has general information for new students about starting university in 2020-21.
Our published entry requirements are a guide only and our decision will be based on your overall suitability for the course as well as whether you meet the minimum entry requirements. Other equivalent qualifications may be accepted for entry to this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
We welcome applications from international and EU students, and accept a range of international qualifications.
Whether you're studying entirely online or through a blend of face-to-face and online learning from September 2020, you'll need a computer and reliable internet access to successfully engage with your course. Before starting the course, we recommend that you check our technical requirements for online learning.
If English is not your first language, you'll need to make sure you meet our English language requirements for undergraduate courses.
If you don't meet our English language requirements, we offer a range of courses which could help you achieve the level required for entry onto a degree course.
Full-time, part-time postgraduate (1 year, 2 years)
May, September, January
Part-time postgraduate (2 years)
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