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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.

 

 

 

Bachelor | Undergraduate

Bachelor | Undergraduate

Master | Graduate

Master | Graduate
In our classes we teach our students on growth and highlight the role of scalability, sustainability and profitability. But how sustainable are our Mannheim Startups after all? Some questions to ask are for instance: How many jobs do they create? Are they profitable? How much impact do they generate after all and is their business model scalable? What is their…
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Dear Incoming Students and Mannheim Students,  The registration periods for MAN 630 "Introduction to Entrepreneurship", MAN 631 "Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Practice", and MAN 635 "Social Entrepreneurship" are now open or will be opening shortly.  Please consider the individual registration periods  and course details:    For more information on MAN 630 please visit the MCEI course page, to access MAN 630…
Each year, the business faculty (Business School) at the University of Mannheim offers a summer school program for international young scholars. We are very pleased to support the summer school initiative with the module Perspectives on Entrepreneurship this year. So far, there are more than 20 students with a highly international background and from various disciplines coming to Mannheim to join…
Nicolas Gabrysch of Osborne Clarke talked about his thoughts and his rich experience regarding the "Myths of Venture Capital" in last week’s MAN 632 Advanced Entrepreneurship lecture. We were extremely happy to have him here.  Nicolas nicely integrated the audience into his talk by asking for a general opinion on VC trends and mechanics. It became obvious that the lecturer’s…
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