Drawing on HELP University’s own start-up and successful emergence as both a business and social enterprise, and expressing its core value of sharing success, the HELP Master of Entrepreneurship was initiated to support the growth of dynamic entrepreneurship and ignite the entrepreneurial spirit in individuals to actualize their aspirations.

The course aims to provide promising entrepreneurs and corporate intrapreneurs with the necessary knowledge, and management and technical competencies to activate and commercialize new business ventures successfully and/or to plan and execute business strategies within private or public sector organizations, locally and internationally.

The programme comprises specifically designed management disciplines for candidates to learn and appreciate the scope and processes in entrepreneurial, innovative and new venture management activities, and to seize the opportunities to become more enterprising and entrepreneurial in their attitudes and behaviour.

For more information on entry requirements, program pathway, subjects listing and to get to know the faculty, please click on download brochure.

Introductory Case & Research Methodology (non-credit subject)

MCR 500

Core Subjects (10 units)
Entrepreneurship Management
New Venture Project Evaluation & Management
Financial Planning for Entrepreneurs
New Venture Strategic Marketing
Business Economics

MER 501
MER 503

MER 504
MER 505
ECO 501

New Venture Growth Management
Corporate Leadership & Governance
Strategic Alliances & Venture Negotiation
Strategy Management for Entrepreneurs
Business Plan for New Ventures (Project Paper)

MER 506
MER 507
MER 509

MER 511

MER 512

Electives currently offered Other Electives – available when subject(s) offered
Advanced Seminars in Creativity & Innovation
Global Ventures for Entrepreneurs

MER 508

MER 510

Initial Public Offer (IPO)
Psychology of the Entrepreneur
Cases in Entrepreneurship

MER 513
MER 502
MER 514

 

Assessment:

Exam (20%) + Assignment I (30%) + Assignment II (50%)

A Bachelor degree from a recognized University preferably with adequate industry.

Malaysian
International