Global Entrepreneurship Program review


desibm

Hi Guys,

I was wondering if anyone has an idea about the Global Entrepreneurship Program jointly run by Emlyon, Purdue and Zhejiang. It looks interesting but haven't found any discussions on it in the forum. Also, it is a MSc not a MBA degree. Any idea how this degree would be treated by recruiters?

Hi Guys,

I was wondering if anyone has an idea about the Global Entrepreneurship Program jointly run by Emlyon, Purdue and Zhejiang. It looks interesting but haven't found any discussions on it in the forum. Also, it is a MSc not a MBA degree. Any idea how this degree would be treated by recruiters?
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Duncan

Entrepreneurs don't get hired by recruiters. What are your career goals?

Entrepreneurs don't get hired by recruiters. What are your career goals?
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desibm

I want to join my family business after the program. But, i want to work for a couple of years before joining to get a better exposure of the markets

I want to join my family business after the program. But, i want to work for a couple of years before joining to get a better exposure of the markets
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Duncan

In that case, don't take a masters in entrepreneurship, but in business instead.

In that case, don't take a masters in entrepreneurship, but in business instead.
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ezra

What about an MBA program that includes family business-related course options? This would allow you to get a good sense of business, both in the general sense as well as the dynamics of management in a family enterprise. You could leverage an MBA from a good school into first finding a job, and then go to work for your family business.

UNC has a couple of courses in this area, through its Family Enterprise Center (which is a good networking resource as well.) INSEAD has a few course options as well, as does UBC/Sauder.

What about an MBA program that includes family business-related course options? This would allow you to get a good sense of business, both in the general sense as well as the dynamics of management in a family enterprise. You could leverage an MBA from a good school into first finding a job, and then go to work for your family business.

UNC has a couple of courses in this area, through its Family Enterprise Center (which is a good networking resource as well.) INSEAD has a few course options as well, as does UBC/Sauder.
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Duncan

Excellent suggestion. I met the guy who runs the Sauder centre: smart fellow.

Excellent suggestion. I met the guy who runs the Sauder centre: smart fellow.
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