WHY THE ESADE MASTER IN INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP?
Real business cases: Get to grips with real challenges in companies looking for fresh solutions to their existing business challenges through the Internship Innovation Project (I2P) alongside students from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya BarcelonaTech (UPC).
Bring your ideas to life: ESADE’s E-Garage, the Entrepreneurship Institute and Business Angels Network (EBAN) give you the space, support and guidance you need as you take your ideas from inception to fruition.
A campus built around new business: Our open and cross-innovation centre, ESADE Creapolis, is at the heart of our campus, giving you daily contact with start-up culture
Specialization: Explore the healthcare, clean-tech and IT sectors in depth.
A chance to win: The ESADE New Venture Challenge (ENVC) offers you the opportunity to have 100% of your tuition paid.
Global recognition: Join a programme ranked 3rd in the world by Eduniversal.
Full-time programme: 10 months
Start date 2018: 27th August 2018 - Business Integration Path (only if included in the Admission letter)
18th September 2018 - Welcome Week and start of the first term (all)
Intake 2018: 1 section, with a maximum of 65 students.
Language: English, with the possibility of studying a number of electives in in Spanish.
Language learning: Students with little or no prior knowledge of Spanish can take language lessons throughout the MSc. For those with a conversational level, there will be optional language classes available in Spanish, German and French.
Professional internship (optional): 3 - 6 months worldwide
Admissions requirements: ESADE Masters in Management programmes are primarily intended for those with undergraduate degrees in Business Administration or Economics.
Those with other degrees are still welcome to apply. The Admissions Committee will assess their candidacy and if admitted, they will be required to enrol in the Business Integration Path (BIP) course. The latter gives students a grounding in management basics and usually starts three weeks before the beginning of the regular Master's programme classes. It also includes an online module that usually starts around the beginning of July.
Before beginning the MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme, students must have been earned an undergraduate degree entitling them to undertake postgraduate studies in the degree-granting country. Find out more about this requirement here.
Fees (2018-2019): For more information, click here.
Scholarships: ESADE has a wide range of scholarships available.