Today, we would like to present you the universities that are participating in the project Mission:Enterprise. We are a team of four institutions spread all over the world. That situation brings a very diverse spirit to our project and helps us to see every decisions from a different point of view.
Not even, that we want to teach intercultural behavior, also the project lead can learn new things day by day from our work here.
First on the list is the Stuttgart Media University in Germany:
Located in beautiful Stuttgart in the south of Germany, the university is specialized on media. Students can learn a lot of different media majors by testing out the theoretic learning directly in practical projects.
The majors reach form design to business administration, from library science to advertising, from content for media to packaging technology, from computer science to information science to publishing and electronic media. At the moment, more than 5000 students are enrolled at the university.
Supported by the Generator Startup Center, the students of HdM also get the opportunity to become an entrepreneur during their studies. They can go to workshops or get their idea tested in a consultation.
Our next partner of Mission:Enterprise is form Mexico. The Universidad Nacional Autonóma de México is one of the foremost Spanish-speaking educational institutions worldwide. The focus of their teaching is on culture, languages and also architecture. UNAM exists since 1553 which makes the uni to one of the oldest in the world. Also, the traditional buildings on their campus are listed a world heritage sight by UNESCO. In spite of its consolidated and mature character as an institution, UNAM is continuously undergoing improvements and modernization in its facilities as well as in its academic contents and scope. These aspects, along with growing international cooperation, make UNAM an ideal venue for hosting entrepreneurs from all over the world.
The University politehnica of Bucharest in Romania is adding to our project in order to be an international school of engineering. It is the oldest and most successful technical university in Romania and has 30.000 students currently enrolled. Each faculty out of the 15 in University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest (UPB) have in their curricula at least a few disciplines related with Entrepreneurship. Students also have dedicated trainings and consultation if they decide to open their business.
Last partner to join Mission:Enterprise is the Sapir academic college in Israel. It is the oldest university in Israel and had been established in 1998. Sapir is a student-centered college, dedicated to small classes with welcoming professors, providing the best in classroom experience. The university seeks students interested in growing intellectually, becoming entrepreneurs that generate change. Their diverse students include Jews, Bedouins, and immigrants, of which 60% are from Southern Israel.
As you can see, there is a lot of potential and different mindset within the partners of Mission:Enterprise.
With the diverse lineup we hope to create the best experience for you in our Summer School.
If you want to learn more about the partners, there are detailed articles on the website.