This conversion course is delivered by the AACSB-accredited Business School, an accreditation attained by fewer than 5% of business schools worldwide. It recognises our focus on excellence in all areas.
This course will develop you into a lateral thinker, giving you the ability to approach entrepreneurship with enthusiasm and success.
A Bachelors Honours degree with 2:2 in any subject, or equivalent.
International entry requirements
If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that you understand English to a satisfactory level. English language requirements for this course are normally:
IELTS (Academic) 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component, or equivalent.
Ignite your entrepreneurial mindset by fostering creativity, design and new ways of thinking
Execute practical exercises on ´real-life´ projects focusing on a problem or opportunity
Learn to implement design management principles and explore innovative culture and governance in a variety of business contexts
Undertake an optional 30-week placement to advance your employability, and put into practice learned core theoretical principles
Develop an in-depth understanding of critical business skills necessary to start your own enterprise and lead in industry.
Leadership Essentials: The unit aims to provide a critical understanding of leadership theory and practice through developing your personal leadership skills. You will develop greater self-awareness through reflexivity and working with teams, combined with a theoretical understanding including emotional intelligence, resilience and well-being.
Accounting & Financial Management: You will develop the techniques and skills that are required to analyse and evaluate accounting and other forms of financial data for the purposes of performance evaluation, decision making and risk analysis.
Business Model Innovation: Business models are central to the sustainable development of new, entrepreneurial businesses, and especially those with innovative products and processes, creativity and design. You´ll learn to select the tools and techniques to create robust business models.
SMEs & Entrepreneurial Finance: This unit explores various theories of finance while drawing on practical knowledge of government grants, business angels, venture capitals (VCs), private equity, investment banks and other financing types for early-stage businesses.
Selling, Relationships & Customer Service: Establishing and nurturing relationships with suppliers, customers and other forms of business partners is critical to the success of any business. You will learn to develop appropriate ways to build sustainable relationships.
Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Design: You will develop an effective entrepreneurial, innovative, and design thinking mindset. The implementation of design management principles, innovative culture and governance will be explored in a variety of business contexts. The unit will explore the nature of entrepreneurial knowledge and skills, attributes, competences, and behaviours.
Project - Entrepreneurship in Practice or Innovation in Practice: You will develop and demonstrate your innovation and entrepreneurial skills through ´real-life´ projects focusing on a problem or opportunity.
This course will give you real insight and experience into the issues facing new business ventures. Having an in-depth understanding of the key business skills needed to start enterprises is key for getting ahead in the industry, and this is something you´ll learn through this course.
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