There is growing demand from employers for graduates who possess both technical and business skills. Such people can play vital leadership roles and function as a bridge between management and technical development and support teams. Moreover, many new graduates are in a position - with guidance - to set up an enterprise of their own.
This course offers a flexible mix of technical, business and entrepreneurship modules delivered by the School of Computing and Kent Business School with support from the Enterprise Hub.
This programme is available with an optional industrial placement. The course duration varies depending on the options taken.
- A 1, 2.1 or good 2.2 honours degree in any subject
- A good ordinary Bachelors degree in any subject
- Applicants must have a keen interest in, and sufficient prior knowledge of, information technology (which need not have been gained via formal academic study)
For more information visit our online prospectus https://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/260/computing-entrepreneurship
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Last updated August 24, 2016