Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship

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The Masters in Entrepreneurship is a learning programme for early-stage entrepreneurs that combines theory, practice and network building.

The Cambridge Entrepreneurship Masters is a two-year, part-time degree focussed on developing impactful entrepreneurs. Our Masters in Entrepreneurship programme teaches you the knowledge and skills you require through a combination of online courses and practical activities. These include hands-on workshops and seminars by industry practitioners. We combine an academically rigorous curriculum with a learning-by-doing approach facilitated by mentors, peers and industry practitioners. Our cohort consists of nascent entrepreneurs looking to jumpstart their business, and more experienced entrepreneurs who have achieved some success but crave a deeper understanding. We also welcome intrapreneurs who seek to understand how they can better utilise the principles of entrepreneurship to drive their organisations forward. Our students come from diverse backgrounds but are connected by a common desire to learn from each other, take responsible action and contribute to a special community of entrepreneurs at Cambridge Judge Business School.
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