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Subsidy for University of Auckland staff available for Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship

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An opportunity has become available for interested and relevant University of Auckland academic staff, research fellows and postdoctoral staff to apply for a 50% subsidy for the Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship for 2018. This generous support is provided by “Return on Science” who wish to encourage the growth of the University’s capabilities to capitalise on its strong research base. They will provide up to six of these scholarships for this programme to be taken up next year.

Wendy Kerr, Director of the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship says that the programme is designed to provide participants with the core knowledge and skills required to commercialise and bring to market new products, services and processes based on research discoveries, inventions or new ideas. “With the rapid change that surrounds us, and the need to transform our inventions to commercial ventures to broaden our economy, this programme continues to be as essential as it was when we launched it six years ago.”

This programme is delivered on a part-time basis with lectures taking place on Friday’s 3-7pm and Saturday mornings, to accommodate the lives of busy working professionals.

Benjamin Molineaux, Finance and Planning Analyst at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences says “Having recently completed the Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship, I can say I found it incredibly worthwhile and of a high quality.”

Learn more about the programme and register for an upcoming information session at www.mce.auckland.ac.nz

For details about the subsidy please contact Elizabeth Lee-Finkelstein, Student and Programme Advisor at e.finkelstein@auckland.ac.nz

Subsidy for University of Auckland staff available for Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship
Subsidy for University of Auckland staff available for Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship

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An opportunity has become available for interested and relevant University of Auckland academic staff, research fellows and postdoctoral staff to apply for a 50% subsidy for the Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship for 2018. This generous support is provided by “Return on Science” who wish to encourage the growth of the University’s capabilities to capitalise on its strong research base. They will provide up to six of these scholarships for this programme to be taken up next year.

Wendy Kerr, Director of the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship says that the programme is designed to provide participants with the core knowledge and skills required to commercialise and bring to market new products, services and processes based on research discoveries, inventions or new ideas. “With the rapid change that surrounds us, and the need to transform our inventions to commercial ventures to broaden our economy, this programme continues to be as essential as it was when we launched it six years ago.”

This programme is delivered on a part-time basis with lectures taking place on Friday’s 3-7pm and Saturday mornings, to accommodate the lives of busy working professionals.

Benjamin Molineaux, Finance and Planning Analyst at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences says “Having recently completed the Master of Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship, I can say I found it incredibly worthwhile and of a high quality.”

Learn more about the programme and register for an upcoming information session at www.mce.auckland.ac.nz

For details about the subsidy please contact Elizabeth Lee-Finkelstein, Student and Programme Advisor at e.finkelstein@auckland.ac.nz


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