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Programme overview

The Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship is a two-year programme which blends online and residential learning to prepare entrepreneurs for the challenges and opportunities of their entrepreneurial journey. It leads to a qualification awarded by the University of Cambridge.

The programme is best suited to experienced professionals with several years of work experience. Our students come from a variety of industries including science, technology, humanities and social sciences and our pathways options allow them to enhance their specific industry and domain knowledge.

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Peer-to-peer learning is a critical component of the Masters in Entrepreneurship. You will interact with your fellow students frequently during online discussions and in workshops during residential weeks. Around two-thirds of previous students join us with a masters degree or higher qualification and a quarter have started their business before joining the programme.

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The Masters in Entrepreneurship is a part-time programme designed around the requirements of a busy entrepreneur who wants to put an entrepreneurial vision into action. You will gain the knowledge, skills and mindset required to start or grow your high-impact business. The emphasis is on learning-by-doing through the application of the acquired knowledge.

During your second year you will complete a major project. This project is a comprehensive analysis of a new business opportunity and requires you to apply the frameworks and tools from the programme. The project is assessed based on the quality of the research supporting the analysis, the analysis itself and the execution of the final report.

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We teach a rigorous academic curriculum interspersed with case studies and encourage students to partake in discussions. Subject matter experts and practitioners engage in the discussion of key concepts, theories, frameworks and emerging ideas for creating, developing, and enabling entrepreneurship in the private, public and social sectors in the UK and internationally.

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