In the current global economic environment there is a pressing need for students to learn how to manage in dynamic, uncertain and entrepreneurial environments. The MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management equips you with the skills to meet this need.
MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management draws on the expertise of our management faculty as well as experts in innovation, entrepreneurship, technology and sustainability to provide a uniquely Imperial view of innovation and entrepreneurship.
As well as the varied programme content, there are many opportunities for students to get involved in Imperial’s dynamic enterprising culture including the Imperial Enterprise Lab.
Graduates of this programme could qualify for a Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur visa, further information is available from our International Student Support team.
Teaching during the coronavirus pandemic
Students currently studying the programme are doing so using our multi-mode teaching format, a unique blend of on-campus and online teaching that enables an interactive learning environment for all students. Find out more about multi-mode.
These online modules will give you basic knowledge of areas that will be covered by the programme throughout the academic year.
The Management Core provides a solid foundation in general management principles whilst the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Core (IE core) draws on core strengths of Imperial College Business School, teaching students to manage successful outcomes in order to create, deliver and capture value from innovation.
You will choose an elective module, allowing you to tailor your learning experience to your individual needs.
The practical Business Applications in the summer provide you with valuable experience of applying the theories you have covered earlier in the programme.
MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management is a one year, full-time intensive programme. The normal working week is Monday to Friday. Classes will be scheduled between 08.30 and 21.00 and students should expect to attend one evening class per week, and other optional activities such as guest lectures or alumni and careers events may be scheduled in the evening.
Candidates that fail to successfully complete this degree are not entitled to a Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma.