Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Studying Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Have you ever dreamed of opening your own business? Do you feel energised by the success of start-ups like Uber, Snapchat and Airbnb, Mobileye, Flipkart? Then we have just the course for you!

An Innovation and Entrepreneurshipdegree from UK must be your preferred choice. IE is a business discipline concerned with studying how innovative, high impact businesses are set up and run. By studying this programme you will develop skills in innovation, planning, creativity, finance, management, marketing and networking. You could choose a pathway, enabling you to specialise in innovation in a certain sector (health care, transport, technology) or pursue a degree with a broader focus.

The UK is at the forefront of Innovation and Entrepreneurship teaching, learning and research. There are over 88 universities offering courses in this subject area.

Some of the universities where you could study this course are:

  • De Montfort University
  • University of Greenwich
  • University of Bedfordshire
  • Teesside University

Salary and Career Prospects

Did you know 90% of start-ups fail within 6 months of being set up. The main reasons for this are lack of originality, innovation and proper planning and management. That is why there is a huge demand for suitably qualified professionals to help start-ups transform into successful businesses.

Upon graduating with a degree in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, you could work asResearch & Development Associate, Business Acceleration Advisor, and Business Consultant or take up roles in finance, general management and recruitment.

Salaries vary depending on experience, qualification and location; although on average they are around £30,000 (27 lakhs INR) per annum.

Why Study in the UK?

The UK is a world-renowned seat of learning, teaching and research with 3 universities in top 10 and 7 in top 50 in THE World Rankings 2018.

The UK is home to many of the world’s most leading companies. These include engineering and technology (Boeing, Jaguar, and Apple), energy and fossil fuels (Shell, BP), banking and finance (Barclays, Goldman Sachs), law firms (Linklaters, Allen &Overy) and hospitality companies (Hilton, Marriott).

London is a major global hub, particularly for banking, fashion, luxury goods and media, advertising and publishing.

It is possible for students to remain in the UK after finishing their studies, provided they meet prevailing visa requirements.