The Global Entrepreneurship Program is designed to prepare graduates to be entrepreneurship leaders in a global setting. In addition to the classroom studies and the local consulting projects, the program facilitates the development of students’ own business plans. As a graduate, you will be fully equipped with the tools to start, manage and grow business ventures. This knowledge is applicable in a wide range of industries, as students have gone on to work on anything from starting a software services company to the selling gluten free products.
What if, for any reason, you do not want to pursue self-employment? Does this mean a Master’s in Entrepreneurship is not the right educational pathway for you? This is a question that is on many peoples’ minds. The knowledge and skillset acquired in the Global Entrepreneurship Program are applicable in a wide range of professional contexts.
Many graduates have gone on to work in a variety of industries from being a Consultant in Colombia to a Business Development Manager in Germany. Some of the other job roles include:
- Intrapreneurship (corporate entrepreneurship)
- Business Development
- Business Strategy
- Project Manager
- Business Consultant
- Private Equity
- Research and Development
- Business Incubation