New course of study "Start-up Development" in the Rhineland
Starting in the winter semester, Bonn-Rhine-Sieg University of Applied Sciences is offering a new Master's programme. Students are to learn how to reason.
The Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences has introduced the new degree program "Start-up Development". The application period begins on May 15 and runs until mid-August. It wants to enroll already from the coming winter semester.
The master's program is designed to provide founders with the expertise to build a start-up on a secure foundation, the university says. The program lasts four semesters and is fee-based. The degree is a Master in Business Administration (MBA). Proof of a first university degree and one year's work experience is required. "On the one hand, prospective entrepreneurs who would like to found their own start-up are to be addressed, and on the other hand, such entrepreneurs who are planning a so-called spin-off from an existing company. This course also addresses prospective students who want to work in innovation management or start-up consulting, for example," the university writes.
The course of studies is planned quite flexibly: The university wants to hold many appointments online. Classroom sessions will take place in rooms of the regional start-up scene - for example at the Digital Hub in Bonn. Experts will coach the students and advise them on start-up ideas. In addition, the course is intended to provide a network into the start-up scene.
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