More and more, companies are looking for people who not only understand their own academic discipline but also have a basic understanding of business and entrepreneurship. Strange? Not at all! All sorts of business start with an idea, be it in arts, communication, design, food, gaming, health care, life science, mobility... But in order to be viable some basic elements must be in place like (product) development, communication, management, persuasion, financing and also selling.
This track comprises of four courses in which students learn about different aspects of business and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship has become an essential topic in any curriculum not just an economics or business curriculum. Throughout the years we have hosted (international) students with a background in technical engineering, medicine, biomedical science, law, arts etc... Each of them coming to Utrecht University realizing that the entrepreneurial mindset and skills will benefit them in their future careers.
This special track consists of:
- Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice
- Strategic Entrepreneurship
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurial Marketing
This four week track will get you up to date with some of the essentials. For more information on the separate courses please take a look at their respective course descriptions.
Details about the Entrepreneurial Side of Business Track:
- Organizing institution: Utrecht University - Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
- Period: 08 July 2019 - 02 August 2019 ( 4 weeks )
- Course location(s): Utrecht, The Netherlands
- Credits: 8 ECTS credits
- Course code: B32
- Course fee (excl. housing): € 1600
- Level: Advanced Bachelor
- Course director: Drs. Peter O. van der Meer (email@example.com)
Target audience: Students in the final phase of their bachelor/ undergraduate studies.
Course aim: Next to the individual course aims, the full track offers students an insight in the developing fields of business and entrepreneurship.
Study load: Four hours per day (at least). The course starts at 10AM and there will be a break at 12AM. After class students are expected to prepare assignments for the next day and work on a group projects.