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The Entrepreneurship Track has been planned keeping in mind the need that the community has for entrepreneurs. These creative minds open new avenues of economic growth and create jobs.
EDHEC has a strong history of supporting entrepreneurship and an average of 15% of EDHEC Global MBA Graduates go on to start their own business. Indeed a range of new business ideas have been generated by our Global MBA participants as a result of work undertaken during our Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship courses and the option of a Tailored Entrepreneurship Project.
Participants choosing the Entrepreneurship Track will learn more about entrepreneurial and project financing and then spend a week at Stanford University's guesthouse in Silicon Valley where, using EDHEC's corporate connections, they will meet managers from successful new business ventures as well as visiting start-up incubators and venture capitalist firms.
Further information about courses available for our Entrepreneurship Track will be available soon.
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