Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours) drop-in session
Come and chat with the director of the exciting new Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours) program and how it can help drive your start-up idea forward.
Looking to future-proof your career? Wanting to take your brilliant idea to the next level?
If you are considering joining the Spring 2019 intake of the exciting new Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours) program, this event will give you an opportunity to have all your questions answered by Jochen Schweitzer, the program director.
Informal, one-on-one, discussions will help make sure you learn everything you need to know about entry requirements, course content, the level of commitment you will be making, and what you can expect to learn. You can also discuss your start-up idea and how the Honours year can help you develop it into a viable proposition.
To help us with staffing, please RSVP online here.
About the Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours)
This new 1-year program, the first of its kind in Australia, complements undergraduate entrepreneurship subjects and extra-curricular activities such as the UTS Startups program. It also serves as a bridge into more extensive postgraduate qualifications such as the MBA in Entrepreneurship (MBAe).
It is designed to help you develop your entrepreneurial venture through learning the skills, knowledge and mindset required to build a successful enterprise, and is open to all students with an undergraduate degree from any discipline, including architecture, design, communications, engineering, science, IT, health, law or business, from within UTS and from other universities.
As you progress through the year you will increasingly work independently, which means engaging with materials online, doing your own research and meeting with academics and mentors along the way. It also means you have enough time to really focus on adding value to your start-up idea.
Register to attend here.