Course in Entrepreneurship Management in Europe

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Entrepreneurship Management

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Europe is the sixth largest continent and includes 47 countries and assorted dependencies, islands and territories. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south, Asia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West.

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Startup Crash Course: From Idea to Reality

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time 4 weeks July 2017 Germany Berlin

Startup launch, Business plan implementation, entrepreneurship in Berlin. [+]

Course Studies in Entrepreneurship Management in Europe 2017. Summer School: 24 July - 17 August 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic Startup launch, Business plan implementation, entrepreneurship in Berlin. Target group Anyone who: wants to launch a startup and has an idea already, but doesn’t know where to start; wants to know more about the dynamics of entrepreneurship in order to decide whether he/she would like to become involved in the startup scene; wants to develop his/her skills in business planning. Learning Goal/Output To be able to form a business plan; To know which steps to undertake in order to launch a business; To be aware of entrepreneurial dynamics and the startup scene structure. Course Components Lectures, case studies, interaction with real players, field trips to startup centers, writing a business plan. There will be 18 hours of class sessions per week. Short Description This course is intended to offer real knowledge of how to go about launching a startup. It will have three main parts: the structured approach, communication and real-time experimentation. The structured approach will be given through lectures and serve as a compass. Communication will come from interaction with startup scene members and on-site visits. Real-time experiment will consist of writing a business plan and scheduling the next steps. Those who develop a successful business plan may be put in contact with Berlin business incubators. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are:... [-]

Short course - Entrepreneurship

European School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 - 6 months Open Enrollment Italy Rome Milan Florence Spain Madrid United Kingdom London + 6 more

The Short Course in Entrepreneurship & Leadership‘s main objective is to develop participants’ entrepreneurial skills and behaviour. [+]

The Short Course in Entrepreneurship & Leadership‘s main objective is to develop participants’ entrepreneurial skills and behaviour. The modules are designed for those individuals willing to utilise and further develop their own creative potential aiming selfdevelopment and as a consequence to grow and further develop their current and future businesses opportunities. Entrepreneurship is a practical concept. That is the reason we designed modules based on case study methodology and interactive team work activities exploring diversity of participants background. Models and framework derived from multiple global case studies are utilised as tools to unleash participants’ insights leading to sustainable learning. Next Starting Dates: January / April / September The course is made up of 4 modules (modules may be subject to change and may vary according to the ESE center): Entrepreneurial Management and Ethical Leadership Creating and Re-creating Corporate Entrepreneurial Culture International Business Decision Making E-Business and E-Commerce Course Duration: 3 months = 120 in-class hours + revision/reading week + exam week Internship (optional): 3 months Internship (optional) Students who intend to participate in an internship must first undergo an assessment by the ESE Placement Officer. Upon being deemed eligible, host companies will be decided together with the Placement Officer who will assist the student in obtaining an internship at the company of choice. Candidates must submit a CV and undergo a successful interview for their acceptance. Course structure Each module holds a weekly 3-hour class (total 12 hours per week, Monday to Friday) Assessment Mid Term Assessment (30%) Final Assessment... [-]

Short course - Management

European School of Economics
Campus Full time Open Enrollment Italy Rome Milan Florence Spain Madrid United Kingdom London + 5 more

The ESE Specialised Programme in Management is designed to develop and contextualise managerial skills and acumen to ensure that managers dealing with international markets have the required understanding and insight for success in this field. [+]

Course Studies in Entrepreneurship Management in Europe 2017. Today’s managers are required to possess a diverse set of key skills and core competences that are essential to successfully plan, execute and evaluate a wide range of business activities. The ESE Specialised Programme in Management equips participants with the right combination of practical knowledge supported by theoretical foundations to hone their leaders skills The course offers a valuable insight into the field of Management that gives participants an advantage over the rest of the increasingly professionally prepared workforce in the market. The ESE Specialised Programme in Management is designed to develop and contextualise managerial skills and acumen to ensure that managers dealing with international markets have the required understanding and insight for success in this field. This will be achieved through critical thinking, teamwork, creativity, and personal development in a highly interactive and stimulating environment. Participants will be able to take responsibility to manage, supervise and direct their own, and others, activities, whilst understanding key strategic issues and trends in management. This includes the use of information to make critical decisions and the application of theories and techniques to practical realistic work situations in the business sector. Students will have developed the skills to implement agreed effective and efficient solutions within the constraints of limited resources. Intake Dates: January, April, September Course Structure Students will take four of the following modules: Entrepreneurship and Leadership Globalised Information and Communication Systems International Project Management International Business Management Human Resources Management International Strategic Marketing... [-]