Applied Management and Entrepreneurship A NEW MSc for tomorrow’s entrepreneurs:
Bringing ideas to life Advance your knowledge Develop critical skills and mindset Apply your knowledge and skills to a live enterprise project
Applied Management and Entrepreneurship
APPLIED MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Entrepreneurs defy boundaries; they make change happen whether it’s commercial, social or environmental. Not only do they identify gaps and opportunities, they fulfil them. Entrepreneurs are tenacious, committed and implement the conceptual into real life products and services. If this is who you want to be then the MSc in Applied Management and Entrepreneurship is for you.
SUITABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
LEVEL OF ENGLISH REQUIRED FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS:
IELTS at 6.5 or the equivalent START DATE:
You must have a degree (2:2 or above) and 2 years work experience if your degree is in a non-business related subject. Exceptional candidates without the usual academic qualifications but with appropriate professional qualifications and work experience may be admitted on their merits. FEES (2015-2016):
International £14,500 www.bradford.ac.uk/ management/applied
Ground-breaking technology, lifesaving pharmaceuticals and world-changing organisations only came to life because of persistent and openminded people. Like James Dyson who developed over 5000 prototypes before perfecting the Dyson vacuum cleaner, entrepreneurs continually learn and improve. This new course will give you the fundamental knowledge, skills, and mindset for developing concepts and driving your projects to success. It will fully prepare you for creating an innovative unit within an organisation or a venture of your own.
■■ Highly practical course that links innovation
This unique Masters programme provides forward-thinking graduates with a powerful skill set that combines the essentials of business and entrepreneurship with an advanced understanding of management theory and practice. We will teach you how to identify, commercialise and protect enterprising ideas and work with you to refine your own ideas as business opportunities. We do not expect all students will set up their own businesses. The skills you will develop, your approach to creative thinking and problem solving will provide critical skills in any future career. You will be working at the cutting edge of developments in innovation with opportunities to meet and network with and learn from entrepreneurs and business leaders.
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Turn your ideas into a business reality
HOW TO APPLY VISIT:
At the forefront of life
with enterprise ■■ Learn from pioneering researchers at the
cutting edge of entrepreneurial thinking ■■ Develop your portfolio through company
based projects ■■ Learn and network with leading businesses
and entrepreneurs ■■ Gain the opportunity to turn your ideas
into reality ■■ Work alongside entrepreneurs in our
innovation hub: The Re:Centre ■■ Develop your skills at one of Europe’s
leading business schools
Meet your lecturers
A blended learning approach is used to balance formal lectures with experiential learning, including team based projects and dedicated reflective periods that enable you to develop your entrepreneurial mindset. Throughout the course you work in a dedicated learning set where together you share, learn and apply. Stage One: Critical Knowledge There are four compulsory modules to study covering: Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Technology and Innovation Management; Strategic Marketing; and Applied Intellectual Property and Environmental Law. There are also two electives that you choose from a range of MSc modules. Stage Two: Critical Skills This stage incorporates three compulsory modules: Applied Business Research; Entrepreneurial Mindsets; Team based company project. These modules are specifically designed to develop the skills you will need as an entrepreneur. Stage Three: ’Enterprise in Practice’ This is an innovative enterprise project in which you apply your critical knowledge and skills to a new venture or a company project. The project culminates in a dissertation.
DR CAROLINE PARKINSON PhD, Lecturer in Entrepreneurship Caroline returned to academia after an earlier career in regeneration and local economic development. She is involved in entrepreneurship teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, drawing on her own experience of running businesses. Her research and teaching interests focus on entrepreneurship and enterprise cultures in different contexts, including youth enterprise, social entrepreneurship, enterprise policy and family businesses. She has a PhD in Management.
DR CAROLINE PARKINSON PROGRAMME LEADER, MSc APPLIED MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
DR RANA TASSABEHJI PhD, Senior Lecturer in E-Commerce and Information Systems Rana’s research, consulting and teaching interests focus on diffusion, management and implementation of digital technologies, e-business and innovation in both the public and private sectors and more recently the role of women in technology. Specifically her research interests are in electronic and transformational government, digital technology, innovation diffusion and the role of women in the development of new technologies. She has attracted over £1 million in research funding from bodies such as the EU, the European Investment Bank, and the ESRC.
BRITE LAB An interdisciplinary research Centre, the Bradford Research in Innovation Technology and Entrepreneurship (BRITE) Lab brings together a diverse team of researchers with a unique combination of expertise and research skills (both quantitative and qualitative). Research that has direct application to our changing world is central to all our activities and we are committed to research that builds on relationships with students and partners in business, policy and enterprise support. It is this, alongside the emphasis placed on experimentation that defines us as a Lab.
KNOWLEDGE & INNOVATION ACROSS BOUNDARIES
TECHNOLOGY DIFFUSION & SUPPLY CHAIN
ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN CONTEXT
APPLIED MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The course runs over 15 months from January to March the following year enabling international students with a 4 month visa extension to attend graduation.
About the School of Management
Entrepreneurship is about discovering new ways to combine resources and creative ways to use your skills. Our exciting new degrees develop postgraduates and entrepreneurs who can succeed in an innovative and rapidly changing environment. PROFESSOR CAROLE HOWORTH, PROFESSOR OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FAMILY BUSINESS
The School of Management has played a central role in providing world-class research and world-ranked business and management education for over 50 years. Now one of an elite group of less than 1% of the world’s business schools with the “Triple Crown” of accreditations,
we are an outward-looking, relevant, modern, studentoriented business school where academics, practitioners and researchers work together to develop and deliver our core mission of ‘Making Knowledge Work’.
About the re:centre In less than seven years we have helped 125 graduates to set up 125 businesses employing 209 people and a combined turnover of £125 million. The re:centre offers support to new and developing businesses, providing research, business mentoring, shared space and meeting facilities as well as access to regular events and seminars. The re:centre is also a global leader in the development of the Circular Economy and is the Northern office of The Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
About the City of Bradford Developing enterprises and entrepreneurs is vital to making the world go round but it takes a particular kind of mindset. At Bradford we’re passionate about making enterprise education experiential and real. The world of work today needs people equipped to think creatively and find innovative solutions. It’s people doing things differently that changes the world. SHAHID RASUL LECTURER IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION
Right in the heart of the UK is a vibrant, friendly, creative, cosmopolitan city with over half a million people speaking over 70 languages. Bradford is also one of the least expensive student cities in the UK and there is no shortage of culture. From The Alhambra Theatre to the National Media Museum to our authentic curry houses there will always be something to experience.
Any visitor to the School of Management will not be able to escape the picturesque surroundings of our campus and Lister Park as well as nearby visiting spots in the Ilkley Moors and Haworth, home to the literary family of the Brontës.
of the City of Bradford district is made up of green space
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