Postgraduate studies in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
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If you are already enrolled in a UniSA post-graduate degree, or program of study, you can enrol online right now.
If you are not a current UniSA postgraduate student, you FIRST need to apply online for a program of study - you can do this at any time of the year. When you have been notified that your application has been accepted, you can THEN enrol online for the individual courses that you want to study.
Note 1: you can apply to enrol in a study program at any time during the year. You can also enrol in a course even after the course has started (but in that case, you need to let the lecturer know beforehand). If you have any difficulties in applying, or in enrolling, or wish to enrol after the cut-off date, then please contact Kellie Willason in the School of Management, preferably by e-mail, or by phone (8302 0935). Follow this link for general information about applying to enrol in a UniSA postgraduate degree.
Note 2: you can enrol in one of our courses if you are enrolled in a postgraduate degree in another university. You need to complete a Cross Institutional form from your university and from UniSA to get onto our system. You would then submit a credit form at your home university when you have your final result. UniSA would invoice you for that course.
Check the teaching timetable for postgraduate courses, and in particular the detailed timetable for Entrepreneurial Foundations.
The Centre for Development of Entrepreneurs offers the following courses in Adelaide. (If you are unfamiliar with the terminology, a program means a degree, diploma, or certificate. A program consists of a number of courses, formerly called subjects.)
Postgraduate programs/ degrees
- The Master of Management is made up of a nested set of programs: a Graduate Certificate, a Graduate Diploma and a Masters. Each of these parts can be completed in one year of part-time study.
- MBA (Entrepreneurship) an MBA with a specific focus on entrepreneurship.
- PhD program. If you are interested in enrolling, please contact Peter Balan directly, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our postgraduate courses are run in intensive mode: instead of spending a few hours per week over three months, these courses are taught over a few days, full-time. Check the timetable from the link at the top of this page.
These courses can be taken as part of the new Master of Management, but can also be done as electives in other postgraduate coursework degrees. Click on each to get more details.
Tuition fees and FEE-HELP
The university will send you an invoice for each course in which you are enrolled shortly after the start of the course. You then pay on that invoice - this means that you are charged on a 'pay as you go' basis. This allows you to claim fees paid from your employer (or get your employer to pay your fee) if you are eligible.
If you do not wish to pay fees as you go, you can apply for support from the federal government FEE-HELP program. This works in the same way as the former HECS scheme, where fees can be deferred and paid through the tax office, and over a period of years. You need to apply for this support when you apply to enter this degree.
Check the information on FEE-HELP on the university web site. This site includes instructions on how to apply for this program.