Entrepreneurship in your Bachelor
Entrepreneurship is associated with courage, innovation and market sensitivity, but it also stands for organisational skills, planning skills and perseverance. An increasing number of academics are seriously considering starting up their own business, and some of them do not even wait until they have graduated. In the business community and also in governmental agencies, there is a growing need for people with an entrepreneurial attitude. Life-long employment at the same company is a thing of the past. Governments actively encourage entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is closely related to innovation, and innovation is an important source of economic growth.
There are multiple courses on entrepreneurship and related topics. Check out the whole list of courses here.
Minor Entrepreneurship (30 ECTS)
The minor offers an in depth programme in entrepreneurship and includes Essentials, Finance and Business Accounting, Venture Marketing, and Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The minor can be combined with a 7.5 ECTS internship.
For students from all faculties of Utrecht University including exchange students. Click here for the full programme. For more information and individual coaching, contact Prof. dr. Erik Stam at email@example.com.
Minor Social Entrepreneurship (30 ECTS)
This minor caters to entrepreneurial students who aim to maximise societal impact of their new venture. The minor consist of the courses Essentials of Business and Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship Challenge, Social Innovation and Corporate Entrepreneurship. This minor can be combined with an social entrepreneurship internship.
For students from all faculties of Utrecht University including exchange students. The programme is especially relevant for students with a background in Governance, Law, Social Sciences and Humanities. For more information and individual advising, contact dr. Niels Bosma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technology entrepreneurship is one of the main drivers of economic growth, welfare, and well-being. The minor is especially relevant for students who aim to complement their science background with entrepreneurship so as to maximise the value of innovation. Courses are Essentials of Business and Entrepreneurship, Innovation Management, Sustainability Health Technology, and a (mandatory) valorisation internship.
For students from science faculties of Utrecht University including exchange students. The programme is especially relevant for students with a background in Geoscience, Life Science, and Natural Sciences. For more information and individual advising, contact Prof. dr. Erik Stam at email@example.com.