Innovation & Enterpreneurship- Micro-credential

This module utilises the Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Disciplined Entrepreneurship" approach ( The module highlights both business analysis and communication skills, ensuring that graduates are well equipped with skills to manage innovation projects and launch their own enterprises. This module is a science-based approach and key tools, methods and materials will be explored.

Entry requirements

Applicants should hold:

an undergraduate bachelor degree 1st or 2nd class honours in any discipline (level 8), along with three years of relevant industrial experience;
or an ordinary bachelors degree or 3rd class honours undergraduate degree (level 7), along with five years of relevant industrial experience;
or a recognised professional qualification and five years of relevant industrial experience.

Candidates who do not meet the minimum entry criteria are encouraged to contact the programme's administrators to discuss eligibility through a process of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and may be interviewed to ascertain their suitability for the course.

Application dates

From the 1st April 2024 you can apply for any University of Galway Micro-credential through our Online Application Portal.

When completing your application please make sure to select the following categories:

Academic level: Micro-credentials and CPD
College/Interest type: Micro-credentials/CPD Postgrad Level 9
Academic programme: Science and Engineering Micro-credentials CPC15.

You will need to manually enter the Module Name and Code under ‘Module Name’ on the second page of your application. Please copy the name and code below:

Innovation and Enterpreneurship - CE5108


12 weeks

The mode of study for this Micro-credential is Blended Learning (in-person and online).

Enrolment dates

Academic Year 2024/25 - Semester 2

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    Part time,Blended

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