Jochen: Many people have great ideas, but it's often the next step in the journey when you're trying to realize that idea that's the difficult one. It's backing yourself, taking that risk and establishing that startup. There's no shortage of good ideas, but what we find that people need is 4 things: key knowledge, the entrepreneurial mindset, self confidence and networks.
We believe that we can create the conditions in which the entrepreneurial mindset can be taught and your ideas can grow.
Yuxin: It's quite overwhelming information, but it's really fun, especially learning with a group of really smart people.
David: What makes the MBA special is the fact that it's tailored for students, it's informed by great research and it's applied. Students get to work with their material straight away. That opportunity to actually use the knowledge immediately is a great benefit of this program.
Jochen: The UTS MBA and entrepreneurship is designed as 3 graduate certificates. Each of these certificates is helping you to build the business knowledge, the relationships and the self confidence to achieve your goals.
Melissa: Two things that you should consider before joining this course is what is your passion and what is the purpose? This is really important, because the subjects are designed in a way to enable you to create that purpose and to find a mechanism or a way of designing an organization that will allow you to achieve that purpose.
Luke: I'm a full believer in what the course is trying to do and I can honestly say, so far it's been absolutely amazing.
Jochen: The course content is being covered, UTS also delivers a whole range of other activities and that could include master classes, hackathons or incubators that will help you to build the networks and get in touch with the kind of people that you need to progress your idea.
Jochen: I'm really excited about this program, because it provides the opportunity for students to meet and to work with like minded people. The MBA entrepreneurship is about change. It's about making things happen. It's for those people who want to grow their idea into something that matters to themselves, to their community or to the world at large.