Experience Part-time MBET

Learn about the part-time Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) program at the Conrad School

2019 part-time MBET class group photo.On Saturday, May 25 2019 join us at the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business for a two-hour and lunch-and-learn-style information session and experience the part-time MBET program for yourself. Get a taste of the MBET curriculum, meet MBET students, and faculty.

Information session agenda

  • 11:30 a.m. - Turning Ideas into Opportunities: A Very Brief Introduction to the Commercialization Process
    Lecturer and MBET Program Director, David Rose, will deliver a 30-minute talk 'mini-lecture' on the commercialization process - how you take ideas and turn them into viable business-opportunities.
  • 12:00 p.m. - Munch and Mingle
    Enjoy lunch on us and get to know some of our current Part-time MBET students.
  • 1:00 p.m. - Part-time MBET Program Presentation and Q&A
    Our recruitment team will deliver a 30-minute presentation and Q&A session to help you learn more about the program, admissions requirements, and how-to apply. 


About MBET

The part-time MBET program is a practical graduate business degree for entrepreneurs. The combination of academic learning and real-world experience make for a dynamic and unique entrepreneurial education. Students develop the skills to solve problems and commercialize new ideas while balancing full-time work. 

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Turn ideas into opportunities

The creation of new ventures is a defining attribute of entrepreneurs. 

MBET students build their own ventures by applying the theory and principles they learn throughout the program.

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Solve real problems

Entrepreneurship is not just about starting a new business. It also includes commercializing intellectual property within existing organizations.

MBET students enable established companies to help solve problems and overcome barriers to commercialization and innovation.

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Build impactful relationships

It takes and ecosystem to raise a startup and no founder accomplishes success alone. 

MBET students support early-stage startups in the Toronto-Waterloo innovation cooridor build high-potential business models and licensing plans.


Learn more about the Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Teachnology (MBET) program.

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