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Masters in Entrepreneurship programme structure

Masters in Entrepreneurship student.

The Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship is a two-year part-time programme, structured in a way that allows students to absorb and apply the entrepreneurship knowledge while continuing to build or grow a business.

This is achieved through the combination of online and in-person delivery of the learning material.

Online learning

Most of the learning material is provided through our online learning platform. This flexible virtual learning environment (VLE) supports face-to-face teaching, facilitates online discussions between students, and holds all the learning resources for the various courses.

Find out more about our curriculum and academic teaching

Residential weeks

Please read our blog post to see how we managed the COVID-19 situation during our residential week 16-20 March 2020.

During the two-year programme, there are four residential weeks in Cambridge. The purpose of these one-week residentials is to give students the opportunity to meet each other to interact, exchange ideas and build valuable connections for the future.

The residential weeks will take place in:

  • 7-10 September 2020
  • 22-26 March 2021
  • 21-25 June 2021
  • December 2021 (exact dates to be confirmed)

During the residential weeks, you will have lectures with the faculty of Cambridge Judge Business School.  These often take on a workshop-like character where students interact in small groups in hands-on exercises that facilitate the learning of particularly essential topics.

The residential weeks feature seminar days and other interactive workshops.

Find out more about our workshops and seminars

The residential weeks also offer the opportunity to meet your mentor in person.

Find out more about our mentors and entrepreneur mentoring