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MEnt Master of Enterprise

Build practical enterprise and entrepreneurship skills that focus on developing new business ideas.

Develop the knowledge and practical skills to grow your own business start-up, or apply entrepreneurial thinking to benefit an existing company. The course enables you to experience how knowledge is transferred into the marketplace as products and services.

Take advantage of the workshops, guest speaker events and competitions run by Masood Enterprise Centre.

MEnt Master of Enterprise / Application and selection

Year of entry: 2019

How to apply

Please  apply online .  Supporting documents may be provided electronically with your application, or you may provide them as hard copy documents directly to us here at the School.

An application should consist of the following documents.

  1. Online application form
  2. Project Concept Document - please request this from Masood Enterprise Centre
  3. Certificates of your degrees. If they are not in English you must provide certified translations.
  4. Grade transcripts of all your previous degrees. If they are not in English you must provide certified translations. If you are currently undertaking a degree programme, an up-to-date interim transcript is acceptable.
  5. Two academic references. Your referees must complete the  Reference Form  and send it to us with their letter of reference. Please note: If you are nominating a potential supervisor, they cannot act as a referee for you.
  6. Certificate of English language test (if applicable)

The closing date for receipt of full applications in AMBS is 31 July   for September entry. We recommend that you apply early and submit all required documents. 

If you are applying to the MEnt Programme in a School other than Alliance Manchester Business School you may need to nominate a subject supervisor and meet alternative entry requirements and entry deadlines. Please contact  Masood Enterprise Centre  directly to check School specific requirements. 

Advice to applicants

In the first instance, enquiries should be made to the Masood Enterprise Centre at

How your application is considered

When your application is received, it is screened to ensure that you meet the entry requirements and that you have submitted all the essential documents.  If you meet the minimum entry requirements, your application is passed to the appropriate academics within the School for consideration.

Interview requirements

All applicants are interviewed by appropriate academic members of staff. This also provides an opportunity for you to discuss your project proposal. For applicants in the U.K., you will be invited to attend the interview in person at Alliance Manchester Business School.  For applicants based elsewhere, the interview will take place by telephone or web conference.  If you are applying for the MEnt in another School you may be interviewed in your School of application and at Alliance Manchester Business School.


If you applied in the previous year and your application was not successful you may apply again. Your application will be considered against the standard course entry criteria for that year of entry. In your new application you should demonstrate how your application has improved. We may draw upon all information from your previous applications or any previous registrations at the University as a student when assessing your suitability for your chosen course.
Eve Kekeh MEnt Master of Enterprise graduate testimonial

“The MEnt Master of Enterprise degree course gave my business a great foundation. It gave me the freedom to spend time researching my business idea, talking to potential customers and getting advice from experts. The flexibility of the course meant that I could choose units that would aid in my business’ development."

Eve Kekeh, UK, Founder of Bundlee

MEnt Master of Enterprise, Class of 2017