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Teaching

In this section you can find an overview of the teaching activities of the MCEI, the Chair of SME Research and Entrepreneurship, as well as courses offered by other chairs that complement our topics and can help you advance your startup.

Please note:

  • Light green courses are more traditional. You can expect a lecture and a final exam.
  • Dark green courses are accelerator style courses. You can expect projects, team work, and advance your startup.
  • Grey courses are offered by other chairs but complement our entrepreneurship courses and can help you advance your startup. Please check for the specifics on the respective pages.
  • Blue courses are offered by the Chair of SME Research and Entrepreneurship and focus more on reserach and topics about SMEs.
  • * MAN 635 and MAN 636 do not qualify as prerequisits for your Master's Thesis.

 

 

 

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Last Thursday (Sept. 26), Sebastian Gluschak, the co-founder of KANCHA, held a great and exciting guest lecture on the topic of social entrepreneurship and his own entrepreneurial experiences within this field in MAN630 and MAN635. Both events were open to public. All participants were very impressed by Sebastian's sound theoretical and practical knowledge of the area of social entrepreneurship and his…
As already anounced last week, Sebastian Gluschak, the co-founder of KANCHA is holding a guest lecture on Social Entrepreneurship tomorrow (Thursday, September 26, 2013). This lecture will be a great opportunity to learn about the success factors and challenges of Social Entrepreneurship and gain first-hand insights.  Sebastian will give you an overview on what social entrepreneurship is all about and…
On Thursday, September 19, ADTELLIGENCE provided a great example of innovation and growing the business in the context of our MAN 630 lecture series. Subsequent to our theory section, the talk put theory on Shumpeterian and Kirznerian views, how economists, and how organizational scientists approach entrepreneurship into perspective. We thank Cynthia Raina and Rositsa Zaimova of ADTELLIGENCE for coming to class and sharing so many…
Tomorrow (September 19), ADTELLIGENCE will talk about innovation and growing the business in the context of our MAN 630 lecture series. The event is open to public and will most likely cover about the last 30 minutes of the lecture (B4) from 14:45-15.15. The venue is SN169 and everybody being interested in entrepreneurship is kindly invited to join. With a bit…
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