Commencing in 2019, UTS will be offering Australia’s first one-year full-time university-wide Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours). The new program 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).
Who is it for?
The UTS Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours) is designed to help you develop your entrepreneurial venture through learning the skills, knowledge and mindset required to build a successful enterprise.
It is open to all students with an undergraduate degree from any discipline, including architecture, design, communications, engineering, science, IT, health, law or business. Students from bachelor programs at other universities are also encouraged to apply.
How does it work?
This is far from a normal university experience. You will work on your own start-up project and build the networks needed to launch your venture. Through purposefully curated intensives and labs, and a mix of online and experiential learning, as well as mentorship and integration with the UTS Start-up program, you will be exposed to the key business knowledge, mindset and competencies relevant to early stage ventures.
This honours degree comprises one year of full-time study over three sessions, starting in February, and finishing in mid-February the following year.