Manchester Enterprise Centre

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Manchester Enterprise Centre, previously Manchester Science Enterprise Centre, (MSEC) is an organisation at the University of Manchester that focuses on stimulating enterprise and entrepreneurship.

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It was launched in 2000, with help from the Science Enterprise Challenge Fund.

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Manchester Enterprise Centre offers postgraduate enterprise degree programmes and a range of undergraduate and postgraduate units to students from any subject background.

MEnt[edit]

MEC established the unique Master of Enterprise degree (MEnt) which is designed to prepare people for careers as knowledge based entrepreneurs. This is a 12-month, full-time programme with a part-time option. The programme was designed to be academically rigorous whilst equipping students with the practical skills and knowledge required to successfully take ideas into the marketplace.

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