Campus North Terrace Campus
Degree Type Bachelor
Duration 3 years full-time or part-time equiv.
SATAC Code 324641
The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship examines the role of entrepreneurship and innovation in creating and/or growing ventures in everything from large corporations, to small businesses, the not-for-profit sector, and community organisations.
Entrepreneurship and innovation is vital to all aspects of the community and is applied to many disciplines including: business, information technology, science, engineering, the performing and creative arts, hospitality, fashion, digital media and the not-for-profit sector.
The program is designed to provide students with an understanding of the processes, risks, rewards, motivations and societal impacts of innovation and entrepreneurship within regional, national and global perspectives. It aims to develop and inspire individuals interested in creating innovative futures that influence markets, economies and communities.
Students explore what entrepreneurship and innovation is. This includes topics such as:
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I am a:
|2016 CSP ATAR||70.75|
|Adelaide Approved Score||75|
|2016 CSP IB||25|
|Deferment?||Yes - 2 year|
|IELTS Overall||6 [more info]|
|ISC & CBSE [India]||60%|
|ISBE [India] ||70%|
|OSSD OAC [Canadian Pre-U]||65|
|Eynesbury Foundation Program||339|
|Bradford Foundation Program||70|
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I am a:
|Annual tuition fees||
Commonwealth-supported place: $9,900
More information on Student Contribution Amounts.
|Annual tuition fees||International student place: $33,000|
These scholarships, as well as many others funded by industry and non-profit organisations, are available to potential and currently enrolled students.
Graduates may be interested in starting up their own businesses or advising those who do.
Graduates may find employment opportunities in innovative or entrepreneurial positions in a wide range of leadership and support roles within existing enterprises, both large and small, or managing new ventures within large organisations.
The University of Adelaide Careers Service prepares, inspires and empowers students to achieve successful career transitions and connect with industry.
The University of Adelaide has been awarded international accreditation for its Business and Innovation and Entrepreneurship programs from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.
Product Development Manager, Business Consultant, Commercialisation Manager, Business Development Manager, Business Management, CEO, Entrepreneur, General Manager, Government or Corporate Policy Adviser, Innovation Manager
A Global Learning Experience is an integral component to your academic journey at The University of Adelaide. The university is committed to offering its students the opportunity to study overseas through a range of degrees offered via the Global Learning Office, including student exchange, study tours, short study degrees, internships and placements. There are many exciting opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, and Oceania ranging from a few weeks to a full academic year.
To find Global Learning opportunities available in your study area click Global Experiences.
|International Internship – PROF 3501||2nd Year||3||Elective|
The best time to go on Exchange is in Semester 1- year 2, Semester 2 - Year 2, Semester 1 Year 3. If you want to go on exchange, the easiest way is to structure your degree plan so that you can take all electives during your exchange semester. However, there are some courses you can take at partner institutions that will count as core course credit.
The Faculty of the Professions preferred exchange partners for the Business School are:
KU Leuven (Belgium)
Aarhus University (Denmark)
Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
University of Exeter - Business School (England)
Aalto University (Finland)
Audencia Business School (France)
University of Strasbourg - EM Strasbourg Business School (France)
University of Strasbourg - Institute of Political Studies (France)
ESCP Europe (France)
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany)
EBS University of Business and Law (Germany)
University of Mannheim (Germany)
University of Tubingen - School of Economics (Germany)
University of Gottingen (Germany)
Bocconi University (Italy)
Ca' Foscari University of Venice (Italy)
Maastricht University (Netherlands)
Utrecht University (Netherlands)
University of Chile (Chile)
Xiamen University (China)
University of International Business and Economics: UIBE (China)
HEC Montreal (Canada)
Please see the example below and contact the Global Study Coordinator for more information. Also make sure to check out the Global Learning website for a full list of the University of Adelaide's exchange partners, application dates, and other key information.
An Example of a Student Exchange Study Plan below
|Partner & Country||Course||University of Adelaide Credit||Units||Year/ Level||Core/ Elective|
|Utrecht University - Netherlands||Introduction to Conflict Analysis||Elective Level I||3||1st or 2nd
|Multidisciplinary Economics||Elective Level I, II or III||3||1st, 2nd or 3rd Year||Elective|
|Introduction to Psychology: Understanding Minds and Behaviour||Elective Level I||3||1st or 2nd
|Essentials of Business and Entrepreneurship||Elective Level I or II||3||1st or 2nd
The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship program is a 72 unit (3 year full time equivalent) program. Applicants who hold an AQF Diploma receive advanced standing to the value of 24 units (1 year full time equivalent), those with an AQF Advanced Diploma receive 36 units (1.5 years full time equivalent) advanced standing.
The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship allows for a great level of flexibility to choose electives. The program allows for the application of innovation and entrepreneurship across broad academic disciplines.
Courses are conducted in intensive mode. This allows flexibility for those with work and family schedules. Students attend a three-day opening intensive and a three-day closing intensive per course. Between the intensive sessions, students conduct projects designed to build their research skills. Small group discovery experiences are built into most courses.
Students complete a project at the end of their degree. This provides the opportunity to work on interests of the student. For example, past students have completed projects as diverse as developing and launching a business plan through to writing an academic research paper.
Sample Study Plans for students with and without advanced standing can be found below under Study Plans.
The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
|Core Courses||ENTREP 2000 Project Management for New Ventures (3 units)
ENTREP 2001 Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 units)
ENTREP 2002 New Venture Marketing (3 units)
ENTREP 2003 New Venture Finance (3 units)
ENTREP 2005 Entrepreneurial Strategy & Resourcing (3 units)
ENTREP 2006 Opportunity Assessment (3 units)
ENTREP 3000 Innovation & Creativity (3 units)
ENTREP 3001 New Venture Planning (3 units)
ENTREP 3002 Applied Entrepreneurship (3 units)
ENTREP 3003 Ethics & Cultural Aspects of Entrepreneurship (3 units)
ENTREP 3005 Technology Commercialisation (3 units)
ENTREP 3007 Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship (3 units)
ENTREP 3008 Entrepreneurship Research Project (6 units)(PreviouslyTECHCOMM 3004)
|Electives||Students must successfully complete: Level I courses offered by the University of Adelaide, which are available to them, to the value of 24 units. Level II course offered by the University of Adelaide, which is available to them, to the value of 6 units. The availability of all courses is conditional on the availability of staff and facilities|
|View the study plans for Innovation and Entrepreneurship for students who enter with NO prior tertiary qualifications; a Diploma or have undertaken 1 year (24 units) of undergraduate study; or an Advanced Diploma or have undertaken 1.5 years (36 units) of undergraduate study.|
Assessment is based on a combination of oral presentations, practical assignments, class participation and written examinations. Both in class and online methodologies will be employed, and assessment will consist of a combination of group and individual work.
A variety of assessment tasks will allow students to display their ability to apply their knowledge.
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Last updated: Tuesday, 21 Mar 2017
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