For arts and cultural organisations we encourage students to critically analyse current management and policy practice at both micro and macro levels and recognise their potential to create new models and practice for both.
ICCE takes the view that Entrepreneurship is the creation of value, this value could be social, aesthetic or financial, and that when entrepreneurial activity is strong the three strands are interwoven.
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The MPhil is delivered in partnership between Trinity College Dublin and Goldsmiths, Institute of Creative andCultural Entrepreneurship. Courses are offered in Trinity across a range of disciplines including Drama, Film and Music, History and Humanities, Computer Science, Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, English and Business.
Applications are invited from graduates in all disciplines who want to apply entrepreneurial processes and theories in order to develop sustainable careers or enterprises.
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Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship
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