The Entrepreneurship School is the first school without professors or lectures.
The School aims to bridge the gap between entrepreneurial education and innovative learning.
We believe that the most effective teachers and inspirers of entrepreneurship are actual entrepreneurs.
This is why our speakers are successful entrepreneurs who want to share their experiences with young and motivated people.
Started in 2011 the Entrepreneurship School began with one idea: that university professors aren’t teaching students how to become successful entrepreneurs.
There is not enough entrepreneurship education in Europe.
University education is too theory based, with participants learning from professors who don’t engage with the real life situations needed for success.
When speakers are invited, they tend to be bankers, consultants and managers, with students wanting to do the same.
Our aim is to change this.
We believe that the most effective teachers and inspirers of entrepreneurship, are actual entrepreneurs. Our mission has been to actively engage students in a hands-on and interactive school where students can develop their entrepreneurial skills.
This is why we created the first school without professors.
Entrepreneurship Summer School Greece 2015
2 - 16 October 2015, Athens, Greece
- 5 days with successful entrepreneurs
- Develop your entrepreneurial idea and present it to potential partners and investors
- Earn our certificate and create long-term partnerships with likeminded from all over the world
Fees & How to pay
Participation fee: 100€* Limited places
(*All applications received by 15/07 will be eligible for a full scholarship to recover the 100€ that will be reimbursed at the end of the School)
Excluded from the fee /
- Travel arrangements
- Visa application
How to pay:
ING Bank SA
IBAN: BE05 3630 7015 3975
SWIFT: BBRU BEBB
Bank Address: ING - XI.
Place Luxembourg, 26
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