They say there’s no better way to learn than by doing. With our Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E) Minor, you’ll have ample opportunity to put your new digital skills into practice.
- Recognise problems and societal challenges
- Innovate using a human-centred perspective
- Leverage the latest technologies
- Model, plan, and develop an early-stage new business
- Respond to fast changing scenarios using agile development and lean start-up
- Learn to communicate and lead like a founder
Pitch, Share, Inspire
- Empower yourself and your team using mixed skill-set environments
- Learn to speak the language of business experts
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship component of the Masters is integrated throughout your two year programme.
I&E Basics (5-8 ECTS)
Introductory lectures on technology-based entrepreneurship, marketing and markets, organisation and project management, new product and process development, entrepreneurial finance, and human resource development.
Business Development Lab (7-10 ECTS)
The Business Development Lab is mainly concentrated on project work throughout the main phases of business modelling and development. It builds on the Basic course and enables you to conduct a fully‐fledged business development project. Entrepreneurs and experts are invited to share valuable experience and knowledge.
Elective I&E Course (5 ECTS)
Covers such advanced topics as business development, business finance, marketing, innovation management, intellectual property, and market research.
Summer School (4 ECTS)
A unique opportunity to get hands-on, real-world experience, this two-week programme takes a deep dive into using digital innovation and entrepreneurship to solve societal challenges and access business opportunities. Collaborate with faculty, staff, and like-minded students from around the world as you immerse yourself into actual business cases. You’ll even have the opportunity to develop, evaluate, and pitch a business idea!
I&E Study Course (6 ECTS)
Supervised business analysis work that focuses on applying prior I&E knowledge and competences in a real business context. This is a chance to tackle an actual business challenge using a robust, explorative business analysis methodology.