Curriculum Entrepreneurship

With knowledge about the evolution and management of new enterprises as well as input and experience reports taken from practice, the course offer aims to relay the basic application-oriented know-how required for a successful start-up and encourage participants to transform their own business ideas into reality.

"From Idea to Start-up" lectures
The “From Idea to Start-up” series of lectures is targeted at students, doctoral students and researchers from all faculties. The business management and legal principles related to establishing a business are taught, as well as practical know-how from successful start-up entrepreneurs.

Startup Werkstatt
In this seminar, students become founders. Based on their own ideas, student teams learn to start a new business in practical steps. On the basis of market, customer requirement and competition analyzes, students develop their own product over the semester, which they test by designing a suitable marketing strategy on customers. At the end of the seminar, students try to convince relevant stakeholders of their company through an investor pitch.

Startup Academy
Entrepreneurial know-how and skills related to establishing a business are taught in these workshops. The two-day events offer participants the possibility to pose individual questions and to expand their knowledge in an interactive way. In particular business management and legal questions are answered in detail by the speakers.

The Entrepreneurship-Lab offers students of the master's degree programs in Business Administration, Economics and Business Chemistry the opportunity to develop a project on a practical problem in cooperation with a regional startup company. The aim of the Entrepreneurship-Lab is that students work on a relevant Entrepreneurship topic from the point of view of a real business.

Business Administration for non-economists
After completing this module, students interested in startups have basic business management skills in management, human resources, organization and finance.

Communicative and organizational skills are important success factors for a successful step into self-employment and starting a business. The workshops from the KUBUS, iGRAD and MedRSD programs impart and train methods and competences for communication, presentation and organization of start-ups.


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Prof. Dr. Eva Lutz

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