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Brief introduction to module:
Entrepreneurship has traditionally been defined as the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which typically begins as a small business, such as a startup company, offering a product, process or service for sale or hire. Small businesses are a vital and growing part of the UK economy, many with a global context. This module focusses on what is an entrepreneurial opportunity and how to turn it into a successful business venture. You will learn about: different forms of entrepreneurial activity; key stages and elements of new venture creation; entrepreneurial skills and behaviours; opportunity recognition and assessment; value proposition; success factors and developing your entrepreneurial skills
Module learning outcomes
Intellectual /transferable skills outcome – You will be able to consider a complex entrepreneurial issue and propose feasible alternative options for consideration.
Academic year and term:
2017/2018, Autumn Semester
Learning outcomes assessed within this piece of work as agreed at the programme level meeting
Knowledge outcome :
You will be able to develop your understandings of entrepreneurial opportunities and how to exploit these for success
Intellectual /transferable skills outcome:
You will be able to consider a complex entrepreneurial issue and propose feasible alternative options for consideration.
Types of assessment:
Individual Mindmap of essay plan peer reviewed and discussed in group. Not marked but by doing the formative it will help you to do the summative, to ensure you are ‘on the right track’.
Individual Essay of up to 2,500 words (100% of course marks)