The efforts of entrepreneurs contribute enormously to the development of national and international economies. Entrepreneurs create companies, employ staff and pay taxes. However great ideas and enthusiasm for a business idea or product doesn’t automatically translate into success.
The Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship allows budding entrepreneurs to develop their skills and increase the likelihood of future business success. In this degree you will learn how to test customer needs and market demand, protect intellectual property, obtain funding and seek research-related innovations to national and global markets.
This programme works closely with industry and includes guest speakers, case studies and applied assignments to strengthen students’ understanding and knowledge of the commercialisation process. Professionals in commercialisation contribute to the course. The program engages with the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning’s Entrepreneurs Club.
- Commercialisation of Science and Technology
- Business Analysis for Research Commercialisation
- Entrepreneurship for Science and Technology Ventures
- Project in Commercialisation
Date: An 18 month programme starting in January.
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