The course will start online mid-October and end with a hackathon in Lund in December! Please, let your students know about it! Deadline to apply is October 1st.
Today we all acknowledge that global society face a number of challenges that need new and creative solutions. We need to learn how to handle uncertainties and unpredictable situations in a productive and progressive way. To cope with these challenges and uncertainties there is a call for more entrepreneurial knowledge and skills.
This course contains online lectures on five different occasions and individual work. At the end of the course there will be a two-day hackathon on site in Lund, Sweden when the students will work in teams with the task to deliver a solution to a challenge.
Students will receive a scholarship to meet their costs for travel and living. More information on travel arrangements, accommodation etc. will be sent to accepted students. (LU students participating in the course will not receive the scholarship.)
The course Entrepreneurial Skills aims to:
- introduce students to the development process of an entrepreneurial project
- introduce students to the entrepreneurial mindset that is needed for the development process to take place
- introduce students to the dynamics of teamwork.
Entry requirements: students must have 30 higher education credits or the equivalent.
More information avaliable here. Deadline for applications is October 1st. For questions regarding the application, the content of the course and practical matters EUGLOH-team Lund University: firstname.lastname@example.org
The EUGLOH Alliance - European University Alliance for Global Health is a pilot initiative funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme. It comprises 5 European Universities: the University of Porto, the University of Lund (Sweden), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Germany), the University of Szeged (Hungary) and the Université Paris-Saclay (France).