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Entrepreneurial education Train the Trainers Days @University of Bordeaux, France

Ideas and inspiration for including entrepreneurial elements into your course or program!
June 11-13, 2019
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The event is intended for university teachers and educational program managers that are involved with or interested in entrepreneurship education. The training is based on experiential learning principles and is set up as a short entrepreneurial course. As a participant of the course, you will act in the role of a student and get a concrete, hands-on perspective of one way of teaching entrepreneurship. In addition to this, you will learn practical tools and examples for integrating entrepreneurship education to your own course.

Contact:

Dr. Janne Halme, University Lecturer, Academic coordinator in the AMIS Master’s Program
[email protected], +358 50 344 1695

Registration:

Please register to the training event by filling the registration form
There is no registration fee. Participants book and pay their own travel and accommodation, as well as meals during the event. The training and course organization are courtesy of AMIS Master’s Program, Aalto Ventures Program and University of Bordeaux.

Venue:

The training sessions are organized in Egypte room:
Building A37
351 cours de la Libération 33400 Talence

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