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International Residency | MBA Entrepreneurship & Innovation

MBA Entrepreneurship & Innovation international residency

Experience the unique spirit of the Boston area

The international residency to the Boston area is an essential part of the Professional MBA Entrepreneurship & Innovation – and has always been a real highlight of the program. The study trip aims to bring theory and practice together in an international context. It provides students with special insight into both the American way of doing business and of pushing innovation as well as the unique “innovation ecosystem” in the Boston and Cambridge area.

Lectures and workshops take place at renowned institutions such as the Harvard Business School (HBS), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Babson College. In the past, many leading international researchers in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation gave exclusive lectures to our MBA participants. Among them were Prof. Eric von Hippel (MIT Sloan School of Management) and Prof. Karim Lakhani (HBS), to name only two.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Invaluable insights into a hotbed of innovation

Gaining an understanding of the specifics of the American “culture of success” is highly interesting, especially for European entrepreneurs. Therefore, our MBA students meet with founders of start-ups and spin-offs as well as with venture capitalists. Exchanging experiences with successful entrepreneurs and experts, provides students with a valuable opportunity to gain input on how to approach professional challenges and makes it also possible for them to identify similarities and differences between the US and their own business environments.

Visits to specialized academic facilities such as the MIT Technology Licensing Office, the MIT Entrepreneurship Center and the Cambridge Innovation Center round out the international residency. Students who wish to do so can also participate in interesting events like MassChallenge – the world’s largest accelerator program and start-up competition.

Other highlights include campus tours at Harvard University and the MIT as well as visits to the MIT Museum or the Museum of Science. In addition, students take part in social activities like the Boston Duck Tour or attend typical American sporting events. The international residency is not only a great learning experience but also a lot of fun.

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Teaching at Babson College
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Harvard Faculty Club
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