MASTER OF SCIENCE ENTREPRENEURSHIP


Awarded by Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Full-time / Part-time
Overview

Why Study MSc Entrepreneurship at DIMENSIONS?

Gold Standard Service Provider Award in Business Management
Honoured with the distinguished Gold Standard Service Provider Award in Business Management by JobsCentral Learning, Singapore, for two years in a row, it markedly bespeaks the outstanding educational quality of our Business and Management programmes.

As we understand that the business world is constantly evolving, we continuously forge partnerships with reputable educational institutions to furnish our students with global knowledge to enhance their employment prospects. Our pedagogical methods also enable students to gain predictive insights into the risks and successes of the dynamic business environments through case studies and quality sessions with skilled practitioners. Upon graduation, our students will be able to effectively contribute their academic knowledge and skills to the business world.

Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Highly lauded for its distinguished reputation for academic excellence, the Liverpool School of Business at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), UK, cultivates leadership, nurtures high-potential talent, and develops their expertise categorised in the specialised areas of accounting, business management, entrepreneurship, digital marketing, human resource management, public relations, as well as events and tourism management.

With an increase in the level of employability and workforce productivity, LJMU is on an upward trajectory in the UK league tables and rankings year on year. Not only does LJMU’s thriving and high-quality postgraduate programmes appeal to learners who hail from all corners of the world, but its first-rate curricula and programmes of study result in effective learning and academic development among learners.

Programme Introduction: Master of Science Entrepreneurship

Regardless whether you’re a small-business owner, self-employed, or employed in a small/medium-sized enterprise (SME), the Master of Science (MSc) Entrepreneurship is valued as a passport to a successful career. Tailored to meet the specific needs of the students, the MSc Entrepreneurship programme seeks to provide them with a deep understanding of the main theoretical models and concepts of entrepreneurship at a postgraduate level.

Students, during their course of study, will learn the ropes of identifying potential challenges and opportunities arising from the rapid changes and shifts in the business environment. Graduates of this programme will then be awarded the Master of Science Entrepreneurship and will develop the coveted professional leadership and project management skills to streamline and enhance their business processes.

Objectives

  • To provide learners with a sound understanding of the theoretical and practical concepts of entrepreneurship
  • To hone learners’ abilities to identify the risks and opportunities for developing sustainable businesses
  • To enable students to develop specialised skill sets to nurture their business ventures

At Whom Is This Programme Targeted

Upon graduation, candidates can look forward to exciting career opportunities, such as:

  • Business Analyst
  • Business Consultant
  • Business Developer
  • Business Manager
  • e-Commerce Manager
  • Entrepreneurial Manager
  • Research and Development Manager
Course Structure

The Master of Science Entrepreneurship programme consists of 7 modules.

  • Innovation, Creativity & Technology
  • Entrepreneurship Concepts and Practice
  • Entrepreneurship Business to Business
  • The Psychology of Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Planning
  • Research Methods and Applied Research Methods
  • Extended Research Project

Module Outline

  • Outline for Innovation, Creativity & Technology
  • Outline for Entrepreneurship Concepts and Practice
  • Outline for Entrepreneurship Business to Business
  • Outline for The Psychology of Entrepreneurship
  • Outline for Financial Planning
  • Outline for Research Methods and Applied Research Methods
  • Outline for Extended Research Project

Scope of Study

Theories, case analysis and practical concepts of Entrepreneurship

Delivery Mode

Classroom lectures and tutorials; assignments, case studies, group works and discussions

Duration

Full-time: 12 months of institutional training
Part-time: 15 months of institutional training

Maximum allowed period for a student to complete the course is 36 months, subject to the approval from Liverpool John Moores University, UK.

Maximum Candidature Period

Student is not allowed to retake the course and/or request for a refund in the event if he/she fails to complete the programme within the maximum candidature period.

Commencement Date/Intakes

To check the dates of Programme Intake for 2021, please click here.
DIMENSIONS reserves the right to change the intakes at any time without prior notice.

Course Fees

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Full-time

1. Application Fee (Non – refundable)

:S$

500.00

2. Tuition Fee

:S$

19,800.00

3. Registration Fee for Overseas University

:S$

3,500.00

4. Administrative Fee

:S$

610.00

5. Examination Fee

:S$

1,200.00

6. Course Material

:S$

980.00

7. Medical Check-Up Fee

:S$

60.00

8. International Student Management Fee

:S$

500.00

9. ICA Processing and Student’s Pass Fee

:S$

120.00

7% GST

:S$

1,908.90

Total

:S$

29,178.90

Part-time

1. Application Fee (Non – refundable)

:S$

100.00

2. Tuition Fee

:S$

14,000.00

3. Registration Fee for Overseas University

:S$

3,500.00

4. Administrative Fee

:S$

400.00

5. Examination Fee

:S$

1,200.00

6. Course Material

:S$

980.00

7% GST

:S$

1,412.60

Total

:S$

21,592.60

Please click here for more information on the fees which are likely to be incurred during the students’ course of study. Students are expected to pay for the stipulated fee(s) incurred, if necessary.

Opportunities for Further Education/Career Pathway

Students may consider progressing to a Doctoral degree of relevant discipline in any Universities subject to their acceptance.

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

Academic Level:

Age: 21 years and above

Applicants should meet one of the following:

  • Possess an undergraduate degree or equivalent, from a recognised university with a minimum of 2:2 classification
  • Possess a professional or equivalent qualification such as:
    • ILM B Tech Advanced Professional Diploma
    • ILM Management Level 6
    • Level 6 qualifications accredited by CIMA/ACCA
    • CISI Level 6
    • CMI Chartered Manager/Level 6 Diploma
    • CMI Level 6 Diploma in Professional Marketing

    Mature candidates must be ≥ 30 years old and have 8 years of working experience.

    English Proficiency: At least an IELTS score of 6.0 or DIMENSIONS’ Certificate in Academic English (CAE) Level 5 OR passed DIMENSIONS’ English Proficiency Test at an equivalent level OR its equivalent

    English Proficiency may be considered to have been met and an IELTS score may not be required if the applicant possesses a highest qualification where English was the sole medium of instruction.

Assessment & Awards

Class Periods

Full-time

Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 11.30am and/or 12.15pm - 3.15pm and/or 3.30pm - 6.30pm

3 hours per session. All specific programme schedules will be reflected in the timetable.

Part-time

Weekday (Monday to Friday)
Sessions will be conducted from 7.00pm to 10.00pm

and/or

Weekend (Saturday and/or Sunday)
Sessions will be conducted within 9.00am to 6.00pm

3 hours per session. All specific programme schedules will be reflected in the timetable.

Examination Period

Assessments in course and / or at the end of semester

Assessment Weighting

Module Name Assessment Methods (Weighting)
Innovation, Creativity & Technology Report, 5000 words (75%)

Presentation, individual 15-min presentation (25%)

Entrepreneurship Concepts and Practice Presentation, individual 15-min presentation (30%)

Report, 4000 words (70%)

Entrepreneurship Business to Business Report (50%)

Presentation (50%)

The Psychology of Entrepreneurship Reflection, reflective learning log of up to 3000 words (40%)

Report, 4000 words (60%)

Financial Planning Exam (40%)

Report, 4000 words (60%)

Research Methods and Applied Research Methods Presentation, individual 15-min presentation (30%)

Portfolio, individual portfolio of 4000 words (70%)

Extended Research Project 15,000-word report, evaluation and business plan (70%)

Presentation, with questions from the floor (15 mins) (30%)

Assessment Grading Criteria

Distinction: 70% – 100%
Merit: 60% – 69%
Pass: 50% – 59%
Fail: 0% – 49%

Expected Examination Results Release Date

Not more than 3 months after the final assessment

Qualification Award

Master of Science Entrepreneurship, awarded by the Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Graduation Requirements

A “Pass” in the assessments of all modules

Teacher-Student Ratio

Average teacher-student ratio is 1:35
Note: The number of students in the classroom is subject to the maximum seating capacity.