Wisam Ahmed Mansour (31) is working as an entrepreneurship advisor and chief operator officer for Basic Internet Foundation.
An entrepreneur does not only refer to an individual that is establishing a new business from scratch. Entrepreneurs are a critical resource for transforming many established organizations by creating innovative products and services. The MSc in Entrepreneurship and Management Innovation program will help you to obtain both the necessary skills to build your own company and to work with innovation within an existing organization.
New digitalization technologies have the potential to dramatically change the job market. Over time, many existing jobs ripe for automation will probably disappear and new type of jobs will emerge. The uncertainty concerning what kind of jobs the future will offer, and the skills required to land them, is real and significant. To successfully adapt to such a changing job market, employees need to learn to proactively embrace change in a controlled way, not fear it. With a MSc in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, you will be well prepared.
The MSc in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management programme is located at the heart of a highly advanced entrepreneurial environment. Hosted by Norway’s leading university, with Norway’s most thriving start-up scene right around the corner, and sophisticated industrial clusters nearby, the setting could hardly be better for you to make the most out of your master studies.