School of Business and Management

Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship

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Programme Overview

Programme Requirements

The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship is designed for people interested in starting-up a new venture, enhancing their business or commercialising their ideas. This programme offers experienced professionals and business owners the opportunity to acquire skills and knowledge to become an entrepreneurial manager of either a new or established business. Participants will learn how to deal with uncertainty, manage innovation and improve the business through the application of best practice methods of small business management and new product development. This programme is especially useful for managers and owners of small to medium businesses who wish to acquire skills and knowledge in the areas of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Admission Requirements

Passed the Graduate School of Business Management Admissions Test (GSBMAT): and, ii) A Bachelor’s degree from a recognised tertiary institution and a minimum of three year’s significant work experience in an executive or professional position involving considerable authority and decision making. Programme Requirements: The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship consists of three core courses:


Courses: MBA432 MBA437 and MBA421

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