This course has been replaced with a newer course - this course is closed for new enrolments, the information on this page is provided for continuing students.
The Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation is designed to help students understand the challenges and opportunities that can arise when embarking on a new business venture or leading a period of change within an organisation. The course focuses on the specific needs of entrepreneurs seeking to successfully commercialise an idea and covers a broad range of knowledge areas. Students benefit from opportunities to work on projects that have direct relevance to their work.
This course is part of the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship (AGSE)
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1.5 years full-time or equivalent part-time
2020 Start Dates
Leading a democratic revolution
Can an app lead a social and political movement?
Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation graduate Adam and his team at MiVote are using technology to shake up the state of democracy and give the people their voice back. MiVote allows citizens to have their say on issues being debated in Parliament in real-time and not just at the polls.
The Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation provided me the opportunity to network with my peers and change my lens on the Critical Point Network (CPN). The Venture Planning subject taught me about the lean start-up, testing concepts in a controlled environment, and how pivoting fast is crucial for business success. I have been able to directly apply these skills and knowledge to my work.
Fiona Carter - Critical Point Network (CPN) Manager, Pitcher Partners
Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
How to be an entrepreneur
He almost failed high school and barely scraped through his first university degree, now Swinburne graduate, Adam Jacoby has 25 years experience launching and leading disruptive start-ups.
Adam shares his experiences of being 'more than a business person' with a room full of budding entrepreneurs.