This course incorporates the principles of work-integrated learning (WIL) through an identified opportunity/challenge within a project of start-up or recently established firm. The course allows students to further develop skills in the theory and application of entrepreneurial tools and frameworks. The entrepreneurial firms, which create the projects, are from a range of industries, and include enterprises that have social in addition to commercial objectives. This course is available for second and third year undergraduate students. These projects require development, communication and documentation effort. Significant importance is placed on effective project engagement and excellent communication strategies between individual, team and the client (the entrepreneurial firm). Students work in close liaison with their external entrepreneur client and with mentors throughout the project. It is expected students will demonstrate a good understanding of their project and create key deliverables that are agreed upon at the start of the project. At the time of your enrolment, you must have completed a minimum of of 80 credit points of your degree program.
Nathan Trimester 1
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Thursday 11:00 - 12:50
Weeks 1 - 7, 8 - 12
Northern Theatres3/4/5 Complex