See MSc Programs in Entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe 2019
Entrepreneurship studies are designed for people who want to start or run a business. Such a program may teach them how to act and think entrepreneurially and how to avoid common mistakes.
The system of higher education in Zimbabwe is famous for higher technical education as well as linguistic studies. Arts and the culture have also remained as a strong part of the system and society. It is because of this art and culture that many want to study in Zimbabwe.
This is a very practical program aimed at producing entrepreneurially-minded graduates who will appreciate the vital role that innovative and creative entrepreneurs play
This is a very practical program aimed at producing entrepreneurially-minded graduates who will appreciate the vital role that innovative and creative entrepreneurs play in today’s society and economy. The aim of the program is to prepare students to develop insights that will help them discover and create entrepreneurial opportunities and the expertise to successfully initiate, launch, manage, and grow their own ventures through start-up entrepreneurial projects, which may be helpful to our competitive and dynamic African and global economies.
Candidates applying for admission in the MSc in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity degree program must have:
a Second Class Honours degree from Africa University OR
a qualification from another institution of higher learning deemed by the GSC to be equivalent to a Second Class Honours degree from Africa University.
A candidate with a Pass in an Honours degree will be considered for admission if his/her undergraduate performance in the proposed area of study was a B (3.0) grade average or above, AND s/he has satisfied the GSC through the relevant Faculty/Institute that s/he has exhibited academic potential by conducting fieldwork, subsequent research experience and/or additional training in the academic discipline of the intended Masters degree.
A candidate who holds a general degree should at least have a lower second class with an average of B (3.0) or higher in the academic discipline of the intended Master's degree.
Upon recommendation to the GSC by the Dean/Director of the respective Faculty/Institute, a candidate whose first degree is considered deficient may be...