From June 15 to June 25, 2021
- Total ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) : 5
Module taught by Gregoire CROIDIEU, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship
This 2-week module is devoted to the exploration of the entrepreneurial journey, including a variety of contexts and pedagogical approaches that will help you to develop a few skills necessary to navigate through innovation, venture creation, growth, scaling, and other aspects of entrepreneurial phenomena. Opportunity identification and evaluation, product/service development, team building and business planning are some of the topics we will discuss and develop inside and outside the classroom. A special emphasis will be given to European and international perspectives on entrepreneurship, through the selection of European an international cases, discussion of the entrepreneurial activity in Europe and in developing countries, and visits to a local business and a local incubator.
- Ecosystems of innovation
- Opportunity discovery and identification
- Independent start-up
- Entrepreneurhip in Europe and abroad
- Class participation (40%)
- Group work (30%)
- Individual final report (30%)
During this module, a special emphasis will be given to class participation and group work. Also, you will be involved in several activities designed to foster experiential learning while allowing you to make friends, discover the region, and interact with our local entrepreneurs. Most of these activities will be done in teams and will be evaluated both quantitatively (through the achievement of task goals) and qualitatively (on the basis of team reports and debriefing on each activity).