Course in Entrepreneurship

Top Course Studies in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

An entrepreneur is someone who organizes and operates a business, who invests in innovations and is willing to take on greater than normal risks in order to see his or her vision become a reality. Entrepreneurship courses will develop the analytical abilities and strategic competencies necessary for students who wish to become entrepreneurs or are already part of a growing business. Practical skills covered in many Entrepreneurship courses include identifying entrepreneurial opportunities, creating a business plan, securing financial backing and coordinating business growth.

Several Entrepreneurship courses are short programs, designed to help entrepreneurs grow their business. Other Entrepreneurship courses are targeted at current university students studying business or another related field. Available at accredited institutions all over the world, Entrepreneurship courses can lead to greater success in business, or to an exciting new career.

If you are interested in learning how to become an entrepreneur, to nourish a business idea in the making, or to help your business grow and flourish, then click below and read more about specific Entrepreneurship courses offered by universities globally.

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Entrepreneurship Center And Internationalization

Ibmec
Campus March 2017 Brazil Rio de Janeiro

Entrepreneurship and Internationalisation Centre is a set of cells and projects that give the student Ibmec an environment to exercise their skills and abilities, with freedom and autonomy. [+]

Best Course Studies in Entrepreneurship 2017. CIS Entrepreneurship and Internationalisation Centre is a set of cells and projects that give the student Ibmec an environment to exercise their skills and abilities, with freedom and autonomy. It is a testing center that moves the walls between the market and the gym. The ERC welcomes students already from the first half to work adaptability and leadership teams forming and managing the cells. We start from the blank sheet to form the protagonists of the world. The student also has the possibility to add value to their education building an international experience. Agreements signed with educational institutions in 20 countries offer exchanges and partnerships that empower students with new experiences aligned to what happens in the universe. junior companies In Ibmec, the student refines professional skills in direct contact with business processes. theoretical and practical knowledge to write your professional history. social entrepreneurship Undertake a connected planet causing a positive impact on reality. The Social Ibmec is a nonprofit organization that develops socio-entrepreneurial projects with an emphasis on poor communities of Rio de Janeiro, seeing possibilities, acting and allowing progress. internationalization Educate with excellence in a borderless world means empowering professionals to work across the globe. Ibmec is part of DeVry Education Group, one of the world's largest, with headquarters in Chicago and 85 years old. The participation of an international provider is more a connection in the training of our students now have an expanded range of international benefits. Products and services Services with different types of duration and certification that suit your learning objectives. Know that the ERC offer to build their international experience: EXCHANGES: more than 50 partner institutions in 20 countries with offers related to all areas of undergraduate and masters programs. SEMESTER ABROAD: graduation, make exchanges in DeVry universities in the United States taking advantage of all disciplines to attend in their school history. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES: participate in conferences to Silicon Valley (USA), Boston College (USA) and China know more about the culture of startups and entrepreneurship. ENGLISHPRO: English course subsidized by Ibmec leading the student from basic to proficient in a primary language. [-]

Spring Program: Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability

National Taiwan University College of Management
Campus Full time 3 weeks March 2017 Taiwan Taipei

National Taiwan University’s Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Spring Program is a three-week program taught in English offered by the College of Management and provides students with a unique and exciting opportunity to study and learn in Taiwan. [+]

Program Overview National Taiwan University’s Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Spring Program is a three-week program taught in English offered by the College of Management and provides students with a unique and exciting opportunity to study and learn in Taiwan. Students will obtain business knowledge and explore Asian economic trends as well as experience the management practices in Greater China. The program aims to help students turn theory into practice, ambition into purpose, and potential into achievement. Courses Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship from an Asian Perspective (2 Credits) Innovation management can include a variety of topics. In this course, we will focus on the most recent trends in three key areas – exploring human value, formulating business strategy, and developing technology platform for innovation. The course utilizes lectures, case studies, group exercises, guest speeches, company visits, and a group project to facilitate learning. Through taking this course, students are expected to achieve the following two goals: To develop a basic understanding of innovation management and relevant functional fields in business administration; To acquire knowledge and hand-on experience on how to explore human value, how to formulate business strategy, and how to develop technology platform for innovation management and entrepreneurship. *Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive an academic transcript. If you wish to have your credits approved, please consult with your home institution in advance. Core Classes Module 1: Product Innovation & Opportunity Identification Module 2: Leadership & Sustainable Entrepreneurship Module 3: Value Chain Innovation & Platform Strategy Course Wrap-Up Outdoor Getaway and Activities To supplement learning in class lectures, Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Spring Program has designed a number of off-campus activities, including cultural events and field trips. In addition, students will also visit quite a few famous Taiwanese Enterprises. Convenient Location in the Heart of Taipei NTU is located in the heart of Taipei and is convenient for students to make the most of their spring in the capital of Taiwan. Taipei is a vibrant metropolis characterized by its friendly people and safe streets. With its classy malls, chic boutiques, stylish restaurants and cafes and cultural events, Taipei is a fascinating place to visit and live and offers a wide range of opportunities and activities for students. All-Inclusive Program Fee The program fee includes tuition, lecture materials, airport transportation service, orientation, accommodation, cultural events, company visits and field trips. The fee does not include international transportation to Taipei, Taiwan. Students will need to make their own arrangements. Who May Apply International students (including overseas Chinese) currently studying at a domestic or international university and college graduates are eligible to apply. Incoming exchange/degree students at NTU are also welcome to apply. Applicants must be able to provide college transcripts or proof of current/past college enrollment. Application is first-come first-served and we will not accept any more students when the program has reached its limit. English Language Requirement Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Spring Program courses are conducted in English. Students whose first language is not English should have at least an intermediate or above level of English proficiency. Contact Us Ms. Thera Tu Email: theratu@ntu.edu.tw Ms. Cola Sung Email: hysung@ntu.edu.tw Duration & Price This course is Campus Based Start Date: March 7, 2017 Duration: 3 weeks [-]

Women Entrepreneurship and Leadership for Africa WELA

CEIBS Africa
Campus Part time 6 months November 2017 Ghana Accra China Shanghai + 2 more

WELA is a practical project-based programme that examines the issues, challenges and opportunities women face in creating, managing and leading companies in Africa. The programme is specifically designed for women [+]

WELA is a practical project-based programme that examines the issues, challenges and opportunities women face in creating, managing and leading companies in Africa. The programme is specifically designed for women entrepreneurs and is focused on enabling them to identify business opportunities and maintain viable and sustainable enterprises. CEIBS creates a supportive and participatory learning environment for the exchange of best practices and experiences, strategy development and skill building, working within the context of women's economic development priorities.

WELA aims to empower participants to develop mindsets and strategies for effectively managing their firms as well as their leadership and entrepreneurial careers. The programme provides technical training focused on strengthening competencies in project design and management, financial management, entrepreneurial marketing and innovation, leadership, and business sustainability to impact the enterprises implemented by the participants. Participants undertake practical field work projects throughout the duration of the programme. An important aspect of the programme is the China Immersion Module in Shanghai, where students in addition to their classwork have the opportunity to receive mentoring and coaching from successful Chinese women entrepreneurs.... [-]


Course - International Business & Entrepreneurship

Winterline Global Skills
Campus Full time 12 weeks September 2017 USA Boston Austin India Mumbai Singapore + 4 more

Whether it’s a one-person startup or a multi-national conglomerate, business is business. Find out if it’s for you, and acquire valuable skills that will help you succeed in college and in life. You’ll visit four of the world's leading innovation hubs and do much more than observe. You’ll design your own startup, learn to sell, negotiate, present, network – and ultimately think like a business person. [+]

International Business & Entrepreneurship Whether it’s a one-person startup or a multi-national conglomerate, business is business. Find out if it’s for you, and acquire valuable skills that will help you succeed in college and in life. You’ll visit four of the world's leading innovation hubs and do much more than observe. You’ll design your own startup, learn to sell, negotiate, present, network – and ultimately think like a business person. Then we will take you to SxSW, a leading innovation conference. From building a website to managing your finances, you’ll learn the skills that will help you succeed in college and in life, and gain insight into business as a college major or career choice. JANUARY 15 – APRIL 5, 2017 | US, ASIA JANUARY 15 – APRIL 5, 2018 | US, ASIA Boston, Silicon Valley, Singapore, Mumbai DATES Spring 2017: Jan 15-Apr 5 or Spring 2018: Jan 15-Apr 5 DURATION 12 weeks LOCATIONS Boston, MA, Singapore, Mumbai India, Austin, TX ACCOMMODATIONS Hostels DEPARTURE CITY Boston, MA RETURN CITY Boston, MA AGES 18-22 PROGRAM FEE $32,000 [-]

Short course - Entrepreneurship

European School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 - 6 months January 2017 USA New York Italy Rome Milan Florence Spain Madrid United Kingdom London + 8 more

The Short Course in Entrepreneurship & Leadership‘s main objective is to develop participants’ entrepreneurial skills and behaviour. [+]

Best Course Studies in Entrepreneurship 2017. The Short Course in Entrepreneurship & Leadership‘s main objective is to develop participants’ entrepreneurial skills and behaviour. The modules are designed for those individuals willing to utilise and further develop their own creative potential aiming selfdevelopment and as a consequence to grow and further develop their current and future businesses opportunities. Entrepreneurship is a practical concept. That is the reason we designed modules based on case study methodology and interactive team work activities exploring diversity of participants background. Models and framework derived from multiple global case studies are utilised as tools to unleash participants’ insights leading to sustainable learning. Next Starting Dates: January / April / September The course is made up of 4 modules (modules may be subject to change and may vary according to the ESE center): Entrepreneurial Management and Ethical Leadership Creating and Re-creating Corporate Entrepreneurial Culture International Business Decision Making E-Business and E-Commerce Course Duration: 3 months = 120 in-class hours + revision/reading week + exam week Internship (optional): 3 months Internship (optional) Students who intend to participate in an internship must first undergo an assessment by the ESE Placement Officer. Upon being deemed eligible, host companies will be decided together with the Placement Officer who will assist the student in obtaining an internship at the company of choice. Candidates must submit a CV and undergo a successful interview for their acceptance. Course structure Each module holds a weekly 3-hour class (total 12 hours per week, Monday to Friday) Assessment Mid Term Assessment (30%) Final Assessment (70%) Entry requirements: Application form High School or Undergraduate Degree Diploma Résumé / CV (include reference to all previous education) Personal Statement Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL/IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable € 50.00 online application fee Internship programme: Students will undergo an assessment with the ESE Placement Officer, so as to determine their eligibility for an internship placement. The placement office will assist eligible students in obtaining an internship fitting their profile and career objectives. Credits & Recognition: No ECTS credits awarded. Upon completion of the programme, students receive a Certificate of Attendance awarded by the European School of Economics. [-]

Certificate in Innovation, Design Thinking & Intrapreneurship

Grenoble Ecole de Management
Campus Full time 3 weeks May 2017 France Grenoble

Enhance your business education and experience life in a new and challenging environment. [+]

Objectives

The Certificate in Innovation Design Thinking & Intrapreneurship is a three-week course designed for managers of technology-based and service companies willing to take leadership in innovation and initiate change.

The modular structure of the program is designed so that the tracks can be followed independently or in a block, allowing participants to fully benefit from the complete training if they attend the 3 weeks.

Innovation Management: 23-27 May 2016 Design Thinking: 30 May – 3 June 2016 Intrapreneurship: 6-10 June 2016 Profile of Participants

Managers and professionals who need an executive course to acquire necessary knowledge and tools for a step forward in their career.... [-]


Summer programme in Digital Entrepreneurship

Macromedia University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 2 weeks October 2017 Germany Berlin

The course provides knowledge of the basic methods, principles and procedures to create and manage cross media projects as well as online companies. [+]

Best Course Studies in Entrepreneurship 2017. This summer school gives participants an insight in the world of digital entrepreneurship and the exciting opportunities of the media and web 2.0 industries. The content is aimed at providing the skills required from a management point of view but also to gain professional technical skills required producing digital media. Exam: written exam (in case you need a transcript of records) Date: July 28- August 8, 2014 [-]

Startup Crash Course: From Idea to Reality

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time 4 weeks January 2017 Germany Berlin

Startup launch, Business plan implementation, entrepreneurship in Berlin. [+]

January 3rd to 27th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic Startup launch, Business plan implementation, entrepreneurship in Berlin. Target group Anyone who: wants to launch a startup and has an idea already, but doesn’t know where to start; wants to know more about the dynamics of entrepreneurship in order to decide whether he/she would like to become involved in the startup scene; wants to develop his/her skills in business planning. Learning Goal/Output To be able to form a business plan; To know which steps to undertake in order to launch a business; To be aware of entrepreneurial dynamics and the startup scene structure. Course Components Lectures, case studies, interaction with real players, field trips to startup centers, writing a business plan. There will be 18 hours of class sessions per week. Short Description This course is intended to offer real knowledge of how to go about launching a startup. It will have three main parts: the structured approach, communication and real-time experimentation. The structured approach will be given through lectures and serve as a compass. Communication will come from interaction with startup scene members and on-site visits. Real-time experiment will consist of writing a business plan and scheduling the next steps. Those who develop a successful business plan may be put in contact with Berlin business incubators. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. Lecturer(s) Daria Markova, MBA and MA in Economics, Project leader / Coordinator of the Summer School Daria Markova is active member of the Berlin startup scene. She started her career in the corporate world, later moved to business and community development roles in entrepreneurial projects. Now she is a co-founder of a coworking space in West Berlin. Her main goal is to enable you to bring your ideas into life. [-]

Short Courses in Management

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time Part time February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

Short Courses in Management [+]

Best Course Studies in Entrepreneurship 2017. Title Duration Price Admission Requirements Contact Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Project Management) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Project Management) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Asset-based Socio-economic Development ) Three consecutive days. The actual contact time is eight hours per day R3900 NQF 4 qualification or working for/ managing a social enterprise​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Business Incubator Management ) Three blocks spaced one month apart for 15 days (four days, six days and 45 days). The actual contact time is eight hours per day. Total 112 hours R17500 NQF 6 qualification plus three to five years’ experience as a middle manager within a social economy organisation (SEO) or Small and Micro Enterprise (SMEs) or government department or agency dealing with business development​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Advanced Cultural Tourism (Advanced Cultural Tourism ) 200 hours 4 days contact R7000 Community Based Cultural Tourism CUT2​ Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Applied Entre- preneurship for Local Economic Development (LED) (Applied Entre- preneurship for Local Economic Development (LED) 6 Months R15000 Grade 12 Experience in the fields related to public administration, economics or business Applicants will be subject to an internal selection process The SLP "Introduction to Local Economic Development" as a pre-study is recommended​ Dr Marius Venter mventer@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Project Management (Introduction)) 3 Days R8000 Grade 12. 12 months working experience. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Project Management (Intermediate)) 40 Hours (over one semester) R15000 Grade 12. 12 months working experience. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Project Management (Advance)) 10 Days (over one year) R21500 Grade 12. 12 months working experience​. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Management) 40 Hours (over one semester) R12500 Grade 12. 12 months working experience. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Business Management (Short Course in Project Management ) 5 Days N/A Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Yvette Boys bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Short Course in Risk Management ) 5 Days N/A Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Yvette Boys bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Man- agement: General Management ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Business Analysis ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Operations and Productivity ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Risk Management ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Change Management ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Project ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (General Management) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Business Analysis) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Business Analysis) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certif- icate in Business Management: Operations and Productivity) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management(Operations and Productivity) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Risk Management ) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Risk Management)​ Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Change Management) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Change Management) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Centre for Small Business Development (CSBD) (RAA Entrepreneurial development) Six Months Full-Time Programme R1950 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​ Sibongile Thunzini adminraa@uj.ac.za Centre for Small Business Development (CSBD) (Small Business Enrichment Programme) 12 Day Business Man- agement Programme implement- ed over a three month period R2500 Own registered business with minimum of two years business operations​ Muzi Fakude muzif@uj.ac.za Centre for Small Business Development (CSBD) (Financial Management and Costing) 5 Days R2500 Own registered business Muzi Fakude muzif@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) ( Advance Social Entrepreneurship Practice) 11 Months. There will be four blocks throughout the year of five days per each block, The actual contact time is eight hours per day R18500 NQF 5 qualification plus at least 5 years’ experience and hold a managerial/ supervisory position within a social economy organisation or government department or agency Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Emerging Social Enterprise Management) Three months. Seven days one day per week. The actual contact time is eight hours per day R8800 NQF 4 qualification and working for/ managing a social enterprise​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Certificate in Sports Law & Management (Certificate in Sports Law & Management) 1 Semester R8500 ​Bachelor’s degree M Steyn madeleins@uj.ac.za Civil Engineering Science (Concrete Testing) 3 Days R10000 Grade 12 Recognition of prior learning will be based on the candidates’ experience in concrete technology or related field for a period of at least 1 year Mr J Bester jannesb@uj.ac.za Community Based Cultural Tourism (Community Based Cultural Tourism ) 200 hours 4 days contact R7000 ​Introduction to Cultural Tourism CUT 1​ Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Compliance Management (Compliance Management) 1 Year R10500 A Bachelor's degree or equivalent 3-year qualification on NQF level 7 M Steyn madeleins@uj.ac.za Hospitality Management (Block Release) (Hospitality Management (Block Release)) 3 years with a block of 6 weeks in each year N/A Grade 12 or equivalent and must be employed in Hospitality Sector Anisah Deen anisahd@uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Advanced Programme in Organisational Consulting (Online)) 11 Months R10000 Honours degree in Human Resources Management, Industrial Psychology or Psychology. Have at least three years’ relevant work experience.​ Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Human Capital On-boarding for HC Professionals*) Six to eight months R10000 A formal post-school qualification in the field of Human Resources is not compulsory however would be beneficial. The assumption is that the majority of Human Capital (HC) practitioners would at least have a qualification (occupational or foundational) but not necessarily in the field of Human Resources. Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) – Specialist Programme*) Six to eight months R10000 A formal post-school qualification in the field of Human Resources is not compulsory however would be beneficial. The assumption is that the majority of Human Capital (HC) practitioners would at least have a qualification (occupational or foundational) but not necessarily in the field of Human Resources.​ Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Short Course in Practical Psychometry) Six months (full time) (January – June/July – December) R38000 Honours Degree in Psychology or Industrial Psychology with the completion of the module Psychological Assessment. Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Emerging Leader – Leadership Development*) Six to twelve months R20000 An appropriate NQF level 7 qualification or a professional degree is required. Further to this a minimum three years working experience is required and prospective students must be recommended for further leadership development by their head of department.​ Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Executive Leadership Development*) Six to twelve months R40000 The company nominates the candidates. The candidate must already be in an executive management leadership position. Elmarie Stapelberg​ leadership@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Senior Leadership Development* ) Six to twelve months R50000 The company nominates the candidates. The can- didate must already be in a senior management leadership position. Further to this, it is accepted that if a candidate is provided by the organisation for further senior leadership development that the candidate comes with certain knowledge, understanding cognitive, professional and general skills required for this SLP. UJ reserves the right to​ Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Junior Leadership Development*) Six to twelve months R40000 The company nominates the candidates. The candidate must already be in a junior management leadership position. Further to this, it is acceptedthat if a candidate is provided by the organisation for further junior leadership development that the candidate comes with certain knowledge, understanding cognitive, professional and general skills required for this SLP. UJ reserves the right to accept nominees or not. Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Just in Time Senior Leadership Capacity Building*) 10 half hour sessions (15 minutes presentation: 15 minute discussion) to complete the SLP over a time period of nine months R7000 Appointed into a formal senior management position, being a member of an executive/ senior management team. Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@ uj.ac.za Information & Knowledge Management (Short Course in Knowledge Management) 3 Days R6980 ​Grade 12 Deidre Wessels infoman@ uj.ac.za Information & Knowledge Management (Short Course in Strategic Competitive Analysis Management) 3 Days R6980 Grade 12​ Deidre Wessels infoman@uj.ac.za Introduction to Cultural Tourism (Introduction to Cultural Tourism) 240 hours 5 days contact R7000 Grade 12 Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Introduction to Tourism (Introduction to Tourism ) 600 hours (full-time) 280 hours over 14 weeks(part-time) R25000 Grade 12 Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Introduction to Tourism Management Functions (Introduction to Tourism Management Functions) 600 hours (full-time) 280 hours over 14 weeks(part-time) R25000 Grade 12​ Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Introduction to Toursim Management and Development (Introduction to Toursim Management and Development) 240 hours 5 days contact R7000 Grade 12 Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Marketing Management (Introduction to Retail Management) Minimum six months N/A ... 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Workshop - Doing Business In The Us

Ambra College
Campus Part time 4 days September 2017 USA Orlando

certificate of completion of continuing education (Continuing Education) Issued by Ambra, which is accredited by Florida Department of Education - Commission for Independent Education. [+]

Certificate certificate of completion of continuing education (Continuing Education) Issued by Ambra, which is accredited by Florida Department of Education - Commission for Independent Education. Undertake in USA At the end of the course, you will master general aspects issues to undertake in the US as opening and closing a business, tax and accounting issues, import and export and immigration. Content PEOPLE AND IMMIGRATION Work authorization. Registration with the State. Federal labor laws and worker safety. State laws (Just-Cause versus At Will) Trips and activities with B1 visa. Since working U-1A. Working H-1B visa. Green investment card EB-5. THE US COMPANIES Types of businesses. Establishment of a company with foreign partners. necessary documentation. Federal Identification Number (FEIN, EIN, TAX ID). Social contract. TAXATION Social charges. federal and state taxes. Tax on retail sale (city, county and state). corporate income tax. loss record and profits. accounting records. CULTURE AND RELATIONSHIPS Cultural aspects. communication and negotiation tips. The relationship between Brazil and the United States. The relationship of Florida with Brazil. Brazilian lectures. Talk with entrepreneurs to understand the challenges faced. Trading cards with possible suppliers. Language Available versions in Portuguese, English or with English translation. [-]

Top Executive Coaching Program (Malaga)

EOI Spain’s School of Industrial Organisation
Campus Part time September 2017 Spain Málaga

Coaching The Senior Program is designed to provide training in Executive Coaching, rigorous and complete in accordance with the guidelines required by the Professional Associations [+]

Programme in Executive Coaching (Málaga)

Coaching The Senior Program is designed to provide training in Executive Coaching, rigorous and complete in accordance with the guidelines required by professional associations and industry, especially following requirements AECOP (Spanish Association of Coaching), a member of EMCC ( European Mentoring and Coaching Council), for the accreditation of professional coaches.

The course structure harmonizes and dedication required duration, theory and practice, balancing overview of coaching and practice work focused on the process.

The Senior Program is aimed primarily at managers and executives who want to improve their skills and competencies in relation to the management of their teams. This course will help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to perform a new role of coach and learn to work with the emotional and relational dimensions of organizations. ... [-]


Courses in Finance for Executives and Entrepreneurs

Global Solutions Trainings UAE
Campus Full time 16 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

This finance course provides an introduction to the concepts underlying external financial accounting and internal management accounting. [+]

This finance course is designed for Top non-Finance managers and Business owners who need an understanding of the financial drivers of business. This finance course provides an introduction to the concepts underlying external financial accounting and internal management accounting. You’ll be introduced to the skills necessary to prepare, interpret and analyse financial statements, including balance sheet, profit and loss statements and will gain an insight into how your business decisions impact the financial reports of your company. In this finance course, we will also cover budgeting, costing and key performance indicators, and clarify the often-misunderstood area of accrual accounting. [-]

Business Management and Entrepreneurship

IBT College
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Toronto

The Business Management and Entrepreneurship diploma course is designed to provide the skills that are necessary to manage and administer a small, medium or large business or organization. The Business Management and Entrepreneurship course is an approved and registered diploma course. The course is all instructor led with real life examples and business simulations. [+]

Best Course Studies in Entrepreneurship 2017. The Business Management and Entrepreneurship diploma course is designed to provide the skills that are necessary to manage and administer a small, medium or large business or organization. The Business Management and Entrepreneurship course is an approved and registered diploma course. The course is all instructor led with real life examples and business simulations. Students are encouraged to apply the course materials to their individual business idea. Those students who already own a business are able to apply the learning materials towards running their business more efficiently as well as expanding their business to a new level. Main Modules Microsoft Office level 1-2-3 Entrepreneurship Business Law Business Management Accounting for a Small Business Economics (Macro-and Micro Economics) Marketing Business Communication Financial Management Project Management. Employment Opportunities Business Manager Business Administrator Business Support Provider Entrepreneur Business Manager Trainee and other. Admission Requirements Applicants must have a Canadian high school diploma of grade 12 or equivalent, or apply as mature students (18 years of age or older) AND pass the Scholastic Entrance Exam administered by IBT College. An assessment interview is also required for some of the courses prior to being accepted into the chosen course. Financial Aid IBT College offers flexible monthly payment plans with no interest. Students may apply for a student line of credit through major financial institutions or through contacting IBT College's representative at selected financial institutions. IBT College also accepts HRSDC (EI) and Social Assistance recipients. [-]

Bachelor of Management

East Carolina University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Greenville

A concentration in management can provide you with the skills you need to succeed in future business enterprises. The concentration is designed to help you learn how to deal with the people-based challenges you will encounter in a management position. [+]

The Department of Management prepares students with the skills necessary to meet the business demands of today and tomorrow. The curriculum provides a solid business core, helping students learn how to deal with the people-based challenges encountered in various management positions. Graduates have employment opportunities in a wide variety of supervisory/management positions. The department offers concentrations in Management, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, and International Business. Management Concentration A concentration in management can provide you with the skills you need to succeed in future business enterprises. The concentration is designed to help you learn how to deal with the people-based challenges you will encounter in a management position. Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management Concentration The emerging high-technology and service industries have created a demand for entrepreneurs who can provide dynamic leadership in creating new enterprises. Equally important is the need for individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit to enter older, more mature industries. If you intend to enter a family business, work in the small business sector, start your own business, or buy an existing business, you should consider a concentration in entrepreneurship and small business management. International Business Concentration The international business major in the College of Business is a highly structured program that is best suited to students in their first semester of the freshman year. There are certain requirements that are unique to this major including a full semester study abroad and the fulfillment of a foreign language requirement. Study Abroad All international business majors are required to study abroad for a minimum of one full semester. Summer study abroad cannot be used to satisfy this requirement. One of the primary goals of the full semester study abroad is to enhance the student's proficiency in the chosen foreign language within its cultural context. It is recommended that students study abroad during the second semester of their sophomore year or the first semester of the junior year. Immediately upon their return from the study abroad, students are required to sit for a foreign language competency examination through the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. It is the student's responsibility to arrange the study abroad through the ECU International Programs Office. World Regions The full semester study abroad must be completed in an approved nation within the student's chosen world region. There are five world regions from which a student can choose: Africa/Middle East, Asia, Europe, South America, and North America. Each student must choose the language of preference within the appropriate world region. The study abroad must be completed within the nation whose native tongue is the student's preference. [-]

Hybrid StartUp Internship Dublin

Corkscrew Startup School
Campus Full time 28 days July 2017 Ireland Dublin

Join us for a unique 28 Day Hybrid StartUp Internship and develop your creativity, initiative and leadership skills by learning about business startup at one of the city’s most innovative cowork spaces [+]

Best Course Studies in Entrepreneurship 2017. Join us for a unique 28 Day Hybrid StartUp Internship and develop your creativity, initiative and leadership skills by learning about business startup at one of the city’s most innovative cowork spaces. Invest In Your Future Learn an entrepreneurial mindset and become ultra-employable. Travel To Dublin Join Facebook and Google in one of Europe’s most entrepreneurial capitals. Hybrid Internship A blend of study abroad and work experience in a startup environment. The Hybrid ‘StartUp’ Internship We believe Internship Programs should be more than just work experience, that’s why we’ve developed our unique Hybrid StartUp Internship to focus on developing key employability skills through the world of StartUps. Our innovative program blends work experience at one of the most entrepreneurial cowork spaces in Dublin with practical training on how to create a feasible business idea and take it to market with minimal risk and investment. With personal mentorship, hands-on training and excellent feedback you can trust us to deliver a program that’s perfect for you. What’s a Hybrid StartUp Internship? At Corkscrew we feel that Internship providers have a commitment to develop interns to their full capacity and that the experience is more than just an organisations name on a resume. Since 2011 we have been developing a unique program that uses practical work experience and startup training to best develop participants professional and personal attributes within entrepreneurial environments. We want to show you that starting a business is for everyone. The vital skills that you learn when starting a business venture can be applied into all aspects of working life, no matter whether you’re bound for employment, education or entrepreneurship. The StartUp Training Our unique EU accredited StartUp Training Program takes you through an entrepreneurial journey from how to spark that initial creative idea to testing it’s business feasibility and kickstarting with minimal resources. We use the latest concepts and theories with practical challenges to develop the core skills of a startup professional including Creative Problem Solving, Initiative and Leadership Skills. The StartUp training is the perfect introduction into the world of entrepreneurship and will introduce you into the unique and innovative world of Corkscrew Thinking. The Work Experience Real time work experience is the most critical element of traditional internships, so on our Hybrid StartUp Internships we make sure that you ditch the photocopying and only work on key business projects for our selected businesses. As all businesses are residents at the selected cowork location you’ll get the opportunity to not only work with your selected business, but also network with business owners and entrepreneurs from a range of industries and sectors from finance to fashion. The Coworking Space For anything to grow and blossom you need the perfect environment, that’s why we have made the decision to run all of our unique Hybrid StartUp Internships from innovative cowork spaces in some of the worlds most entrepreneurial cities. The diversity of residents and energy from the selected coworking spaces provides the ideal location to stimulate creative thinking and startup opportunities whilst on the program. You will get the chance to network and learn from experienced entrepreneurs and business professionals across varied sectors. In Your Free Time Outside of the program, our participants often like to combine their experience with visits and experiences across Ireland. While you’ll be working hard on creative challenges during the week, remember that the weekends are your own and you are free to travel wherever you like. Whatever you decide on, the Corkscrew mentors are happy to help out with any travel plans you make. So why not take some time out and experience the best of Irish culture? Program Statistics 28 Day Hybrid StartUp Internship Abroad in Dublin, Ireland Suitable for any person with an interest in entrepreneurship and business startup Learn the vital skills needed for employment, entrepreneurship and further education Suitable for any career focus including hospitality, business, tourism, HR and marketing Our past participants have given us overwhelmingly positive feedback and an overall experience rating of 98.3% Long term support available for those going into entrepreneurship A fun and worthwhile travel experience for candidates of all backgrounds StartUp Training Camp Each day of the Hybrid StartUp Internship will bring new challenges and practical experiences through The Startup Training elements including a range of different activities, games, workshops, presentations and other creative exercises to get you thinking and learning effectively. The approach we take is to provide as much practical experience with business as we can and we take a very unique approach to other business courses. Some exercises will be lead by the mentor, while others carry a heavy emphasis on group and self learning. Be prepared to try new things, make mistakes and learn a lot along the way! The Work Experience On any form of Internship relevant work experience is a vital part of the learning and development process, on our Hybrid StartUp Internship we hand pick cowork residents for project work that will challenge participants in a real world experience. We have removed the photocopying, coffee making and general office duties normally assigned to interns and replaced them with client project work that provides tangible work experience for your resume. You will work in small teams over the 4 weeks on a consultancy basis for your selected client providing a real sense of ownership of the work you complete. What You’ll Develop Consulting Experience Learn how to work with a client from developing strong business connections to understanding the key elements of their business. You’ll improve confidence in dealing with experienced business professionals and improve networking abilities. Project Management Learn fundamental business project management skills including planning, time management, communication and working to deadlines. Technical Skills Learn a range of technical skills needed to fulfil the real time work project from analysing competitors and customer targets to developing and advising on SEO and online marketing campaigns. Resume and Self Brand Improve your professional skill set and learn vital employability and networking techniques that will help you stand out from the competition including boosting your resume and understanding how to promote your self-brand. [-]