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Entrepreneurship can be defined as a business related area where leaders in organizations are not afraid to take risks, tackle innovative solutions in order to boost their business performance and ensure the highest income. Entrepreneurship concentrates on business opportunities exploitation, business plan development and control, start-up establishment, management, team-building, market strategies, human resource management, leadership, innovation, intellectual property, economy, networking, market research, etc.

Students enrolled in an entrepreneurship course will develop communication skills in order to become good negotiators and they will also learn basic management and leadership skills. A good entrepreneur uses his creativity and applies strategic thinking to create effective business plans.

A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in entrepreneurship includes theoretical knowledge and practical activities. Understanding today’s business environment, the ability to manage people and be a good sales person are a cornerstone in this modern and dynamic field.

Career prospects for graduates in entrepreneurship are: business manager/administrator or take management for different departments in various companies or organisations, business or financial consultant, research developer, management analyst, franchise owner, project manager and more.

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Suggested Short Courses in Entrepreneurship

Certificate Designing Resilient Entrepreneurship

The goal of the Designing resilient entrepreneurship course from the University of Pisa is to increase the ability of new entrepreneurs to transform ideas born in the context of academia, public research and other innovation ecosystems into viable, sustainable and scalable businesses, building up resilience with respect to market turbulence.

Italy
Short Course Do you think you want to become an entrepreneur?

The Do you think you want to become an entrepreneur? course from Aarhus University builds on insight from some of the most influential theories in the field of entrepreneurship including but not limited to self-efficacy, the individual opportunity nexus, effectuation, bricolage and business modelling.

Denmark
Short Course Global Entrepreneurship

In light of the above observations, this Global Entrepreneurship course from Aarhus University examines how economic factors, physical factors, trade factors and formal and informal institutions affect entrepreneurship and how entrepreneurs create and manage business ventures that have international dimensions.

Denmark
Short Course New Venture Creation

The New Venture Creation course from Aarhus University aims at qualifying for the strategic challenges related to new venture creation, to growth processes in young firms and to realising an exit (or continuing) with a venture. The course follows the typical life cycle of entrepreneurial ventures and the related (gestation) activities and qualifies for such activities.

Denmark