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Students from Innovation and Entrepreneurship who have submitted their master thesis during spring semester of 2015 are all invited to attend the candidate reception on June 25th.
The students from Centre for entrepreneurship (SFE) have impressed both Inven2 and the inventors of the technology they have been working with. That's the conclusion when the first group of participants in the ”Entrepreneur-In-Residence”-program have acchieved their Master's degree.
The same group won both the jury's prize and the audience' prize with their plan to make NSB Comfort a more popular and profitable.
– I believe in success in life, not only on the business arena, says Max Rapp Ricciardi, new lecturer in Dynamic Organizing this fall.
The new students at the Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship hit the ground running on their first day of the fall semester.
After participating in the Bioaccelerator program, biology students Loic Vuillemin and Hanna Tarzaali from Toulouse have been inspired to keep studying business, marketing and entrepreneurship.
The Master program Innovation and Entrepreneurship received a total of 323 applications before the deadline on the 15th of April. That is a new record!
With the launch of the new program, students from Centre for Entrepreneurship will get the unique opportunity to start new businesses in close collaboration with proffesional actors. - This program may become a national flagship for education in innovation and entrepreneurship, says Rector Ole Petter Ottersen.
Mirjam Knockaert has been announced "Wisest Professor " at the University of Gent, Belgium. Knockaert has a II-position at the Center for Entrepreneurship where she teaches Financial Management.
- There is so much one can not learn in school. So practice in companies is of great value, says former SFE-student Miriam Bøgh Meling.
When the students on the course Innovation Strategy and Management had their exam on the 10th of March, they were giving concrete advice to businesses on strategy for real cases.
Hanna Nemchenko, a student at the MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship is among the first to enrol in special business-orientated courses promoted by Oslo Cancer Cluster.