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The Guardian: Master’s course give graduates a degree of entrepreneurship

Many successful entrepreneurs through the ages have not had a university degree. Sir Alan Sugar made ginger beer as a teenager and sold it to friends, Peter Jones set up a tennis academy and Sir Richard Branson began by selling records… Shorter courses – such as Cambridge Judge Business School’s part-time postgraduate diploma in entrepreneurship, awarded by the University of Cambridge – are aimed at people who want to develop their enterprise ideas or ventures. Participants work on their own business projects over 12 months, through a virtual portal and two intensive residential sessions…”

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