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Introduction to Management and Entrepreneurship at Lancaster University Management School

Introduction to Management and Entrepreneurship at Lancaster University Management School

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  • Detailed explanation of our scheme
  • REFER HERE TO THE DIFFERENT COMPANIES THAT STUDENTS GO TO WORK FOR, ALSO MENTION CARL HAGGENSEN WHO STARTED ALREADY MORE THAN ONE BUSINESS, FAMILY BUSIENSS
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    • 1. Management and Entrepreneurship
      March 2010
    • 2. Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (IEED)
      Vision: to become a leader in entrepreneurship research and education in partnership with business and the community.
      A) Interdisciplinary research in entrepreneurship, innovation and entrepreneurial learning.
      B) Responding to identified and emerging needs within the region, through involvement in a range of partnership activities and specialist programmes.
      C) Extending and developing relationships and partnerships with other key institutions, organisations and individuals at regional, national and international level.
    • 3. Why Study Entrepreneurship at Lancaster University?
      • In touch with reality: Increasingly recognised as an important area of study and practice. People behaving entrepreneurially and the enterprising culture.
      • 4. Applied Research and Practice: The opportunity to develop analytical and practical skills leading to entrepreneurial activities. High expectations in our students.
      • 5. Passion in what we do: Research active staff and the influence of entrepreneurial spirit and experience.
      • 6. Market Recognition: The appreciation of our students by diverse world-renowned employers at different stages of our programme.
    • Entrepreneurship Programme
      YEAR ONE
      YEAR TWO
      YEAR THREE
      FINAL YEAR
      Societies
      Services
      Networking
    • 7. THE PROGRAMME
      Part I Degree Structure
      An understanding of the nature of entrepreneurship in a diverse contexts: the new business, the growing business, the franchise system, the larger corporation and non-profit and public sector organisations.
      YEAR ONE
      • Organization, Work and Technology
      • 8. Marketing
      • 9. Mgt Science
      • 10. Economics
      • 11. Accounting & Finance
      Introduction to Management
      Entrepreneurship: Realities, Concepts and Myths
      +
      Statistics & Computing for Management
      NB: Many options in year 2 and year 3 are available to you only if you have previously taken the relevant year 1 course.
    • 12. THE PROGRAMME: Year 2 onwards
      YEAR TWO
      FINAL YEAR
      PLACEMENT YEAR
      Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship
      Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Learning
      Small Business and the SME sector
      New Venture Planning
      Management and Consulting
      Family Business
      Franchising
      (Y2 OR 3)
      Innovation
      Entrepreneur in residence
      Remaining courses to be chosen from range of courses within the Management School
    • 13. THE PROGRAMME
      Placement year
      After Graduation
      Regional and Local businesses
    • 14. Institute for Entrepreneurship and
      Enterprise Development (IEED)
      Part 2 Director
      Dr Allan Discua Cruz
      Room B94, The Management School
      Email: a.discuacruz@lancaster.ac.uk
      Part 1 Director
      Dr Lola Dada
      Room B94, The Management School
      Email: l.dada@lancaster.ac.uk
      Programme Administrator
      Emma Steel
      Room B91, The Management School
      Email: e.steel@lancaster.ac.uk
      Departmental Assistant
      Gary Gardner
      Room B91, The Management School
      Email: gary.gardner@lancaster.ac.uk
      http://www.lums.lancs.ac.uk/Departments/Entrep/