CIMR staff are engaged in research-led teaching to undergraduates, postgraduates and professionals
MSc Business Innovation including E-Business, Entrepreneurship and International Technology. These programmes are designed for graduates who wish to develop a thorough understanding of the importance of innovation for rethinking management, business strategy, corporate assets, intellectual property rights, institutions, organisations, firms, entrepreneurship, and globalisation in a changing world.
Jointly delivered with the School of Science, MSc Bio-Business provides an overview of the life sciences sector, supported and complemented by business, entrepreneurial and applied modules. The structure of the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries is explored in the context of regulation and public perception, to highlight issues of risk, regulation and socioeconomic benefits stemming from technology and material developments. The course features specialist professionals presenting on key areas, such as communications, pharmaceuticals and business development.
Birkbeck Central St Martins MBA
The Central Saint Martins Birkbeck MBA is a different kind of MBA that places creative approaches and social engagement at the heart of future leadership.This joint degree is unique in many ways – in pedagogy, delivery mode and stakeholder network. You will benefit from the combined strengths of two highly regarded institutions, giving you access to an expansive and supportive international network. This course enables you to pursue your studies part-time while continuing in your full-time career. It will prepare you for complex and ever-changing business environments. You will develop critical thinking, decision-making, emotional intelligence, negotiation and creative cognitive flexibility.
We are honoured to have been shortlisted for the Reimagine Education award for innovative business education.
If you are starting a business, or have an idea you would like to get off the ground, there is plenty of support available through the Enterprise Pathways programme. Events and activities are available for all students across all levels of study. Students will develop their entrepreneurial skills, enhancing their employability opportunities and advancing their careers.
For further information and to register, visit the Enterprise Pathways website.
- Lehla Kehl – Building innovation ecosystems (video, 4’50”)
- Jeremy Galpin – Creating social value through digital technology (video, 4’46”)
- Diana Baciuc – Researching university internationalisation (video, 7’01”)