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The Student Entrepreneur

Sunil

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Feb 21, 2018
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Hi all!

My name is Sunil. I'm a sales and business specialist currently studying a Bachelors in Applied Entrepreneurship through the University of Canberra and Ducere online. (yes - such a course exists finally).

I'd love to go into detail about my background and who I am, but I might save that for a conversation down the line - currently I need one of you to help me!

My first assessment requires me to interview an entrepreneur. Does anyone here match the following criteria who is willing to sit and have a chat with me?
*You must be in the start-up stage of your business (within your first 3 years of business)
*You must own the majority share of your business (51%+)
*You must have paid wages to someone other than yourself.

I'd love to hear from you ASAP.

Thanks!
 
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A bachelors in applied entrepreneurship? wait, what?

Going to university for "applied" entrepreneurship?
Why do you need a degree in applied entrepreneurship?
Its online.. you dont get the only two benefits of university = networking and life experience
26,660$ fee for international students per year for 3 years. RIP
14,000$ for domestic students/year. So confused at the rates.

1. Graduates will develop an in-depth understanding of the theories and dynamics of entrepreneurship, in order to identify legitimate business opportunities. - UC graduates are professional
legitimate business opportunities: NEEDS/ PROBLEMS/ SOLUTIONS
2. This course will develop the students� skills to identify, analyse and solve entrepreneurial challenges within both new and established organisations, fusing both traditional and modern approaches towards achieving best possible outcomes. - UC graduates are global citizens
Challenge no1: Sales. Everything else is too specific.
3. Develop the skills and understanding to utilise digitally enabled or enhanced technologies and methodologies, to gain insights into market dynamics, trends and opportunities that can be utilised for further development of established or new ventures. - UC graduates are professional
market dynamics, trends, opportunities...
4. Graduates will develop in-depth understanding of the unique challenges that come with the development of new ventures as part of a start-up or established organisation, as well as the strategies that can be utilised to overcome them. - UC graduates are lifelong learners
Could be interesting but what does that means?
5. Graduates will develop a broad and coherent knowledge of the �triple bottom line� of business, considering the impacts business decisions have on not only financial outcomes, but also social and environmental outcomes.
Why need it now?

Brought to you by your slow lane academics at University.

@Sunil So you are a sales (and business) specialist, what are you doing? Honestly, this course seems like a waste of time and money. You are better off working sales for 3 years and failing repeatedly. You will learn more in those 3 years than at online university. Heck, you will learn more by reading the gold threads onthis forum. Your assessment uses criteria that are so unimportant, I dont think you will find anyone for this exercise here.
My best advice to you is to seriously reconsider what you are doing. Maybe I'm missing a really important point here but you are better picking up TMF and diving into the real world.
 

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Hi all!

My name is Sunil. I'm a sales and business specialist currently studying a Bachelors in Applied Entrepreneurship through the University of Canberra and Ducere online. (yes - such a course exists finally).

I'd love to go into detail about my background and who I am, but I might save that for a conversation down the line - currently I need one of you to help me!

My first assessment requires me to interview an entrepreneur. Does anyone here match the following criteria who is willing to sit and have a chat with me?
*You must be in the start-up stage of your business (within your first 3 years of business)
*You must own the majority share of your business (51%+)
*You must have paid wages to someone other than yourself.

I'd love to hear from you ASAP.

Thanks!
I love this major so much really. Hope there was something as such here. Hope you are enjoying the major.
 
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