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University of Wolverhampton: Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Institution University of Wolverhampton
Department Wolverhampton Business School
Web http://www.wlv.ac.uk
Email enquiries@wlv.ac.uk
Telephone 0800 953 3222
Study type Taught

Summary

The MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship course is aimed at students seeking to develop and enhance their entrepreneurial, creativity, innovation and enterprise skills and capabilities. It is suitable for students coming from a range of subject disciplines such as business, tourism, performing arts, creative arts, computer sciences, technology, and engineering.

Whether you hope to become an entrepreneur, turning an opportunity that you have spotted into a sustainable business or social enterprise, or whether you see yourself in post graduate professional employment in a management, freelance or consultancy role, then this course could be for you.

In what is an ever changing and increasingly complex and competitive global environment, graduates need the skills, capabilities, and attributes to enable them to be successful. More than ever, employers expect graduates to be innovative, problem solvers that are adaptable, resilient, flexible, and willing to develop an enterprising mind set.

Studying this course will equip you with the necessary skills, capabilities, and knowledge to become a highly enterprising graduate, developing your enterprising mindset, enabling you to operate more effectively in any enterprising, entrepreneurial, or innovative setting.

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