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Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship webinar

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The Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE) is an action-based, part-time programme designed specifically for experienced professionals and entrepreneurs. It leads to a qualification awarded by the University of Cambridge. The programme uses a team of Cambridge entrepreneurship experts, combining the forces of academics and seasoned entrepreneurs, to build a range of skills and knowledge.

The Entrepreneurship Centre is able to support participants with ventures ready for acceleration to the next level of growth through a range of additional programmes. For example, a number of Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship graduates have secured places on our Accelerate Cambridge programme.

Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship webinar on “The Cambridge advantage – breeding successful startups”

Over many centuries, a few cities have been recognised as wonderful hubs for entrepreneurship. We can find these on spice routes, the Silk Road and in more modern times the importance of the hubs of Silicon Valley, Boston and Cambridge have been recognised. How can entrepreneurs take advantage of such places? What are the right strategies for making the most of what they have to offer? Interested? Please complete the online registration form and we’ll send you joining instructions for this Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship webinar.

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