MSc in Entrepreneurship

Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Do you imagine working as a business developer or consultant with innovative ideas and projects in established businesses? If so, you should consider this programme. The learning in the programme is based on real life experience and an action-oriented approach which gives you a solid ground for your future career.

The programme is divided into two tracks: (1) New Venture Creation, which focuses on the creation of new independent ventures, and (2) Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation, which focuses on renewal and innovation in established businesses.

Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation

This track is designed for students who want to work with business development and innovation in established businesses. You will gain knowledge on how opportunities for renewal and innovation are identified, developed, organised and implemented in the organisation. The track includes courses covering different aspects of corporate entrepreneurship and innovation management. A key component of the track is the Internship (30 credits) in which you work as a member of a host organisation running a project to renew and innovate within an established business.

Career prospects

Within this track you will acquire skills useful in positions such as a project manager or a consultant dealing with innovative ideas and projects in established businesses and organisations. Other career opportunities include employment as a TTO manager.

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Programme quick facts

Duration: 1 year, full time, 60 credits
Arrival Day: 19 August 2014
Study period: 1 Sep 2014 – 5 June 2015
Degree awarded: MSc, 60 credits

Class profile 2012/13

496 applicants to entire programme
27 enrolled to this track
Age range: 25-39
Male/female: 63% / 37%
17 nationalities

Programme contact details

Programme Director
Associate Professor Joakim Winborg

Programme Coordinator
Maria Pihel