We developed the MSc Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (previously MSc Enterprise) to help develop understanding of corporate enterprise, entrepreneurship, family business and ‘social enterprise’ on a global scale. It can be taken either full-time (over 12 months) or part-time (over 24 months). Both programmes will support your enterprise skills development by providing you with insights into the creation of economic and social value through entrepreneurial activity. This includes the identification of new products, processes and markets to innovatively exploit opportunities.
In terms of deepening your knowledge, you will find the MSc Enterprise curriculum highly engaging – and we can boast of the widest range of option modules on any Masters programme at LUBS – from Marketing and Strategic Management to specialist options in Cross-cultural Management, Global Innovation Management, and the Emerging Markets.
Leeds is a major business city in the UK (the home to the highest number of growth firms outside of London) and the MSc Enterprise and Entrepreneurship is supported by a team of entrepreneurs (called our “Ambassadors”), many of whom contribute to the MSc and offer practical projects for the students to work on in order to gain greater experience of running a high-growth business.
You’ll be pleased to know that we encourage our students to network with local entrepreneurs and we also offer consultancy projects to our students whereby they get to work with a local entrepreneurs on helping them to grow their business.
Find out more about the programme including course content on the Business School website.
Meet MSc Enterprise students:
- Ha Pham (2018/19)
The Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies also works with Schools across the University of Leeds to develop innovative programmes, including:
Hear from two of our MSc Enterprise graduates of 2014