Language of instruction: German Entrepreneurship is concerned with enterprise or enterprising action. The research field aims to discover innovative business opportunities and put them into practice in the market. This goes beyond developing ideas and includes managing the implementation and application processes. Creative implementation and commercial application can take place in a new or an established enterprise. The programme is structured along the process of developing and implementing new business ideas. In the Master’s Programme Entrepreneurship, this process is illustrated from the inception of the idea to the launch of the enterprise, the growth of business and finally, the withdrawal from the business activity.
For admission, the successful completion of a relevant Bachelor's or a comparable academic first degree in economics is required. The final overall grade must be above average. Relevant work experience gained prior to the degree programme may have a positive impact on the application process. An applicant’s social skills will be assessed both on the basis of his/her CV and through a personal interview with the Academic Board. Language Requirements- English: proficiency of at least level B2 (CEFR) - German: proficiency of at least level C1 (CEFR) Language certificates must be not older than five years.
- 31 March: for students who require a visa; an early application is highly recommended due to the fact that all formal procedures take time. - 30 June for EU/EEA and Swiss citizens It is highly recommended to submit the application as early as possible to fix a study place. A missing diploma or study completion attest can be submitted upon receipt. In this case the admission will be conditional.
CHF 850.- per semester
Study and career
Working beside study is limited, since the challenging programme of study requires sufficient time for preparation and follow-up. Internship activities are possible during the semester breaks.
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Last updated April 22, 2016