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Credit points: 6 cp
Result type: Grade and marks
This subject enables students to become confident navigators of entrepreneurial ecosystems and develop a heightened awareness and capacity to leverage such ecosystems to advance their own venture and/or become an ambassador within them. Students are exposed to stakeholders at local, national and global levels. While fostering confidence in building and expanding relationships for the purpose of advancing their entrepreneurial aspiration, students study the characteristics of leading industry clusters, entrepreneurial support systems and related policy making.
Assessment task 1: Ecosystem directory
Assessment task 2: Ecosystem mapping
|Groupwork:||Group, group and individually assessed|
* Group marks are based on the other three criteria, moderated by the results from the (Spark+) peer assessments. Non-completion of Spark+ will result in a 20% penalty of this group assessment
Assessment task 3: Opportunity analysis
Students must attempt each assessment task and achieve an overall pass mark in order to pass this subject.
A minimum of 80% attendance of classes (as outlined in the timetable) is required.
Late penalties apply to all assessment tasks as outlined in the FTDi Student Guide booklet and assessment briefs.