This is a groundbreaking course that shows you how to set up and run a business alongside your studies, giving you valuable entrepreneurial experience.
Why study business (team entrepreneurship)?
What makes a successful entrepreneur? Research and experience suggest it comes down to the creativity of a team with common goals and aspirations, shared values and the passion to succeed.
Why study at UWE Bristol?
BA(Hons) Business (Team Entrepreneurship) is ideal for those looking for a practical, hands-on approach to learning, who have the energy and commitment to take charge of their studies.
This radically different degree gives you the opportunity to set-up and run your own projects and ventures. Inspired by the pioneering Finnish 'Team Academy' approach, UWE Bristol was among the first to introduce this course to the UK.
In the first few weeks you'll form a Team Company of up to 20 students, and work on real projects with the potential to earn your own income while gaining entrepreneurial experience.
Explore some of our graduates' businesses.
As a Team Entrepreneur, you'll work in your own office environment in our innovative Bristol Business School building. You'll deliver and manage projects, attend meetings, manage budgets and build valuable contacts and networks.
Your Team Company will run its own training sessions with the support of an experienced team coach. You'll also join professional workshops and personal development sessions to ensure you develop your entrepreneurial potential.
Where can it take me?
This applied course prepares you for work in the same way a graduate development programme does, ensuring you'll be a confident, motivated and resilient graduate.
You'll know your strengths, interests and aspirations. You'll have key skills and valuable contacts to hit the ground running in your career.
You'll graduate with diverse and exciting career options. All our graduates have said that the course prepared them well for starting their own business. Some have already gone on to run successful businesses.
The rest go into mainstream employment with successful careers in marketing, HR (human resources), coaching, education and development.