By focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship, the Telfer School of Management aims to make a meaningful contribution to the economic prosperity of the region and of Canada, and to help solve the commercialization of R&D dilemma.
The Telfer School’s research activities, programs and initiatives are aligned to enable and foster participation in the policy & regulatory conversation, and to generate an entrepreneurial and ‘intrapreneurial’ attitude in our graduates.
Entrepreneurship @ Telfer
Telfer is committed to helping students succeed. For many, success will be starting a new venture or contributing to one as co-founder or team member. Entrepreneurship@Telfer provides the tools and resources you’ll need to learn, network and build your innovation and entrepreneurship skills.
Our complementary option in entrepreneurship is designed to help you develop skills that are necessary to contribute to a new venture creation, a high growth enterprise, or an innovative existing organization. Whether you want to lead your own enterprise, work in a family business, or manage growth in an established company, our goal is to stimulate and inspire you.
The Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa offers a Master of Science in Management (M.Sc. in Management) Program in response to an unmet need for individuals that are trained to think creatively and in a scientifically-informed manner about problems of organizational management, particularly in the context of innovation management and entrepreneurship.
The program builds on the expertise and established research records of professors from the Telfer School of Management in the areas of innovation management, entrepreneurship, as well as other key management disciplines, such as strategic human resources management.
Our PhD program is designed to shape visionary and influential thinkers who have a positive impact on the lives of people, organizations and communities through their research. Whatever our students’ goals, we are always close by to help them reach them.
Management Research Seminar Series (MRSS)
The Management Research Seminar Series (MRSS) was created as a means for bringing together distinguished academics, business leaders and policymakers to discuss key management issues. Students are invited to participate into this forum which allows them to be exposed to a variety of experts and business topics such as management, innovation, entrepreneurship, etc.
- The Research Chair in Canadian Francophonie
- Two Deloitte Professors in the Management of Growth Enterprises
- The RBC Financial Group Professor in the Commercialization of Innovation
- The Power Corporation Professor in the Management of Technological Enterprises
- The Marc Bruneau Fellow in Global Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship
- Taskforce for Women’s Business Growth
- Emerging Technologies and Innovation Management Laboratory
- The Paul Desmarais Professor
- Institute for Science, Society and Policy
The above expertise is being shared with students through our MSc in Management.