Learn how to build the businesses of tomorrow.

Course Director: Henry Clarke

Master, Eton College
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Course overview

Our Entrepreneurship Course will help you generate, develop and refine your business ideas and will give you the confidence to start pitching your vision to others. The course will take you from the initial stages of identifying opportunities, through conceptualising an MVP to practising your pitch. You will hear advice from well-known entrepreneurs and experts in the space, who will share lessons and concepts they learnt in their careers.



Identifying Opportunities

  • Entrepreneurial mindset and behaviour
  • Developing an idea for a business
  • Spotting business opportunities


Researching Your Customers

  • Pain points
  • Asking powerful questions
  • User personas


Creating a Value Proposition

  • Evaluating ideas
  • Value proposition


Validating Assumptions

  • Identifying assumptions
  • Creating an MVP
  • Confirmation and affinity bias


Stay Put or Pivot

  • Build-Measure-Learn cycle
  • Staying put, iterating and pivoting


Developing a Pitch

  • Developing and structuring your pitch
  • Completing End of Course Assignment

Entrepreneurship – learning outcomes


By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • think and act like a successful entrepreneur
  • identify problems and opportunities
  • generate ideas that solve problems and/or have an impact
  • test and validate your ideas and assumptions
  • refine and iterate on an idea and assumptions
  • pitch your idea to others.

Study options


Self-paced, independent learning that students complete at their own pace.

This is a flexible option which students can fit around school and other extracurricular commitments.

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  • 7–10 hours of learning materials
  • Diagnostic test to measure skill level
  • Progress dashboard
  • Certificate of completion

Important information


As part of our rigorous safeguarding procedures, all EtonX tutors and staff have passed an enhanced DBS check and child safeguarding course.

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Entry requirements

The minimum level of English required to participate in our courses is Upper Intermediate or B2 on the CEFR.

I feel that the course will help me in the future to choose different options when setting up my own business. It has allowed me to understand more about being an entrepreneur and how to apply myself.
Louis, Entrepreneurship, Spain

Free access for state schools

If you’re a state school student in the UK aged 13 or over, you get free access to all of our courses. No catch. Start building your skills today!

Not in the State Sector?

Don't worry - you can still purchase a 12 month subscription! Individual and bulk school licence purchases are available.

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