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Entrepreneurship, the starting up and managing of new businesses, needs a wide range of knowledge and skills. This course covers important elements of entrepreneurship, such as finding and protecting a business idea, finding funding, finding a market and a marketing strategy and leadership. Traditionally, an entrepreneur is defined as "a person who starts, organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.” An entrepreneur is a business leader and innovator, who, rather than working as an employee, takes the risk and reward of a new business venture.
Notes about fees for this course
To study at the International business school The Hague, the following tuition fees should be paid. Besides the admission fee, The International Business School The Hague applies a €150 non-refundable administration fee to all post graduate applications and a €100 fee to all other applications.
To be admitted to the program, please send the following requirements to email@example.com under the following subject: Admission Social Media and Online Marketing.
1. A copy of your highest qualification;
2. A registration fee of €100 (non-refundable);
3. A copy of your passport
4. A filled application form
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