Wed & Thu: 10-12h
Company startups originating in the university – this role is increasingly expected of higher education institutions worldwide. But how should the theoretical knowledge amassed in universities be put into practice in our own enterprises? The Entrepreneurship Division focuses on development of innovative business models. The division examines synergies between our own ideas, economic efficiency, and competition, also illuminating the tension in the relationship between studies of business administration and entrepreneurship as such.
The division’s teaching activities particularly emphasize systematic development of new business models using the instruments the division has developed for purposes of idea creation, idea enrichment, and idea refinement. Those working at the division have been able to show that concepts developed in line with social value structures have especially good prospects.
The division offers a broad spectrum of courses in the form of a three-semester cycle. In addition to learning the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, the participants are provided with tools enabling them to systematically develop and market their own innovative concepts.