The MSc TIP focuses on educating and nurturing leaders for the entrepreneurship ecosystem, through academic knowledge acquisition, entrepreneurial mindset cultivation, and business skillset development. It empowers participants to be competent in leveraging technology advancements to create social and economic value for the society.
July & November
Offered by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) since 2002, the Master of Science Technopreneurship and Innovation Programme (MSc TIP) equips students with essential entrepreneurial skills and business acumen to turn novel ideas into successful
ventures. The Nanyang Technopreneurship Center (NTC) is a key player in innovation and entrepreneurship education at Nanyang Technological University, the first Kauffman Campus outside the United States established through a partnership with
the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. NTC spearheads entrepreneurship education in the region and offers a springboard for participants with entrepreneurial intentions to work with leading educators, researchers and inventors around the world.
- Emphasises on experiential learning focusing on technopreneurship and innovation, sets in a rapidly changing global context.
- On top of the 7 core modules, the programme offers 6 electives which
focus on three areas: Entrepreneurship Practice, New Venture Financing, and Entrepreneurship Policy for students to develop knowledge and skills for different roles in the entrepreneurship ecosystem. Each student can choose 3 out of
6 electives based on his/her interest.
- With a team comprising experienced academics, practitioners and entrepreneurs, the graduate programme blends theory and practice into its curriculum.
- Incorporating entrepreneurial mindset and behaviour, the graduate programme enables participants to better acquire and apply the knowledge and skills and apply them in real life scenarios.
- Meet like-minded people, and the opportunities to engage with various stakeholders in the entrepreneurship ecosystem throughout the programme.
7 Core Courses
The core modules are carefully set according to the programme objective and the talent training need. They form the pillars of the technopreneurship and innovation knowledge system. They not only reflect the unique features and the standard of this programme, but also set specific requirements on the basic quality and competence upon the students.
Introduces entrepreneurship and innovation concepts, and the entrepreneurial approach to new venture creation. Students learn to develop and apply entrepreneurial thinking systematically, with an emphasis on conceptualisation, planning, and starting of a business.
Introduces the marketing framework and business development strategies, supplemented with specific methodologies and tools to apply in real-life entrepreneurship scenarios.
On top of the 7 core modules, this programme offers 6 electives which focus on three areas: Entrepreneurship Practice, New Venture Financing, and Entrepreneurship Policy for students to develop knowledge and skills for different roles in the entrepreneurship ecosystem. Each student is required to take 3 out of 6 electives based on his/her interest.
Entrepreneurial Decision Making
Through a state-of-the-art business simulator, students start new companies, develop and execute business strategy and plans, obtain equity investment, build the companies, execute strategies, through the competition in a virtual business world.
|Provides a platform to examine technology trends and key issues in commercialising inventions and innovations, with an emphasis on successful transfer of technologies from a research environment to commercialise into successful products or services.|
Venture Capital Investment
Introduces a systematic framework and related techniques pertaining to venture capital investment as a profession. Participants learn to develop an advanced level of skills on venture valuation and investment decision making.
Venture Capital Practice
|Examines a substantial number of real-life venture capital and private equity investment cases at advanced level, covering investment cycles, from fund raising, deal screening, negotiations, fund management, to performance reporting.|
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Policy
Reviews theories and empirical research on the relation between entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth, from both historical and international perspectives.
|Discusses various elements that foster successful ecosystems – universities, accelerators, incubators, venture capital, banks, labor laws, intellectual property rights, etc., and the winning strategies.|
Course ScheduleThe MSc TIP follows the University Trimester Calendar.
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