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Here in the graduate section of MCEI you can find all information about graduate classes, the Research Seminar (MAN 770), the Master's Colloquium, and the Master's Thesis organized by the chair of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Entrepreneurship.

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Course Syllabus Founders and co-founders of startups such as Amorelie, contagt, Coffee Circle, Leaf Systems, Stocard and many others are students or alumni of the University of Mannheim. They all are examples of successful entrepreneurs, who have pursued new business opportunities in an innovative and path-breaking way. This course is about gaining a general understanding of entrepreneurship and its underlying…
Course Syllabus Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Practice introduces students to the more practical elements of innovation and entrepreneurship. In this class, you will design your own product or service and ideally have an early stage startup by the end of the term. You will also reach out to potential customers and provide a pitch presentation in front of investors and an…
Course Syllabus The title image of this Course Syllabus says it all... This course is about making things happen! You do not think inside the box and love working on challenging projects? Next to studying, you are eager to apply your knowledge in the real world and learn from startup teams on the project? You like new ideas and love…
Course Syllabus Note: The MAN 635 Fall 2017 Syllabus is still under review by Prof. Isaak - this is the 2016 course syllabus which should be comparable and give you a fair impression on what to expect. This seminar briefly summarizes the evolution of social entrepreneurship as a method of organizing change: the application of entrepreneurial theory to the founding…
Description: The course focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for developing a new global business. 'High tech’ and 'low cost’, or frugal innovative start-ups are compared and contrasted as potential solutions to the global unemployment crisis taking business cycles, cultural contexts and levels of development into account. Models of managing international change are the basis.   Learning Objectives: Internalizing…
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