Entrepreneurship is the act of being an entrepreneur, which can be defined as „one who undertakes innovations and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic goods”. This may mean creating a new company or might mean revitalising a mature organisation in response to a perceived opportunity.
This course will give you a strong grounding in managing organisations, operations and people. You’ll have the opportunity to develop a real business plan with practical advice from successful entrepreneurs.
The extended degree programme includes a foundation year, which will provide you with a sound introduction to key elements needed for studying business at degree level. Our extended degree programmes in the Business School give students a thorough and supportive academic preparation for study. The foundation year is carefully designed to build confidence in your abilities, develop essential academic and study skills, and provide the subject specific knowledge essential for success.
You will be taught through a range of teaching methods, including lectures and seminars, around 12 hours per week. You are also expected to engage in independent study, around 38 hours a week.
You will be assessed through coursework and exams.
To prepare for your lectures and seminars, you will have access to our online learning portal, Moodle, where you can access course information, content and your weekly reading lists.
September, January and June start dates so you can begin your studies at a time that suits you.
Evening and weekend options available for when you need to fit your studies around your personal commitments.