Entrepreneurship and Creativity

Part A: Critical approaches to entrepreneurship

In this course you'll discover and engage with the meaning of entrepreneurship; its realities and value in social and economic terms. You'll study the economic significance of entrepreneurship in the small-firms sector and intrapreneurship.

Part B: Ideas and feasibility

Centred around the development of ideas, you'll work in groups and individually to develop, refine,  and apply your ideas. You'll be supported throughout by faculty and your industry-specific business mentor. Finally, you’ll test your ideas for feasibility in the market; analysing industry, supply chains, market conditions and competitor environments. 


This course will be assessed by class test and presentation.

This course is studied on campus in Edinburgh as part of our one year full-time MBA.