Enterprise has a growing importance in education. It provides a set of principles and practices to stay competitive and meet critical business goals in a rapidly changing environment. The International Centre for Transformational Entrepreneurship provides a number of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Undergraduate courses and modules
BA Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
With creativity and innovation at the centre, this degree focuses on the processes of start-up, running, and growing a small business. You have the opportunity to explore the possibility of setting up your own business along your study. Read the course page for more information.
BA Enterprise and Innovation Management Top-Up
Are you looking to start your own business or become an intrapreneur - working as an innovative leader within an established organisation? This top-up degree provides you with an opportunity to enhance your leadership, management, and innovation skills to help you on your journey to become a future entrepreneur. Read the course page for more information.
ICTE’s Add+vantage Modules
Our team also deliver a wide range of enterprise and entrepreneurship related Add+vantage modules within Coventry University’s Add+vantage scheme. This provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to engage in enterprise learning regardless of what their core degree topic is.
MSc International Entrepreneurship
Accredited and recognised by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), this course offers the opportunity to develop your entrepreneurial mindset. It provides you with the knowledge base to start, expand or grow a business venture into international markets. Read the course page for more information.
The Centre also offer a PhD programme on various themes within transformational entrepreneurship. If you are interested in pursuing a doctoral degree with us, we encourage you to discuss and submit a PhD research proposal around one of the following themes:
- Theme 1: The promotion of transformational entrepreneurship through entrepreneurship education
- Theme 2: Transformational entrepreneurial leadership
- Theme 3: Promoting second order innovation
- Theme 4: Entrepreneurial eco-systems that promote transformational entrepreneurship
- Theme 5: Policy formulation promoting transformational entrepreneurship
PhD entry requirements
Successful applicants to the doctorate programme will normally have a minimum of a 2:1 in a relevant Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 60% in the project element (or equivalent) or a Master’s in a relevant subject with an overall mark at merit level (at least 60%). In addition, the Master’s dissertation or equivalent must also have a mark at merit level (at least 60%).
Visit Our Research page to find out more about our research, and Our Team page to see the areas of expertise and research interests of our staff members.
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