Spark* NTNU was established in 2014, but 2019 was the year the organization took its most significant steps so far. The organization provides mentoring and an entrepreneurial network within the ecosystem at the university and courses with industry professionals. .
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In September 2019 Gunn-Berit Sæter competed against nine researchers in the regional finals in Trondheim. Sæter says it was an incredible journey and a lot of work.
The VCP-forum is held to connect leading institutions teaching entrepreneurship through venture creation.
We asked three of the great minds working at Engage to tell us why they are so passionate about entrepreneurship.
The different engineering programs at NTNU have not seen bigger changes since 1993. Now the university wants to include more entrepreneurial activity.
1st January 1970
The 21st and 22nd of October, Engage and Excited hosted the biannual DIKU gathering for The Centres for Excellence in Education Initiative (SFU)
Gründerbrakka: A great initiative that facilitates the development of knowledge-based business ideas
Since the spring of 2018, Gründerbrakka have been taking in students who have innovating ideas and gives them offices to make their businesses.
10. og 11. oktober 2019 blir det faglig påfyll og nettverk med andre norske undervisere i Entreprenørskap, med Heidi Neck og Candida Brush fra Babson College Eirik Medbø Faglig påfyll – Seminar torsdag 10. oktober: Med Heidi Neck og Candida Brush fra Babson College – Inspirasjon – Workshops – Verktøy for bruk i klasserommet Etter...
1st January 1970
In our annual report you can learn more about Engages achievements in 2018, our student community and educators, the research being done in our centre, as well as the impact of Engage.
One of the students from NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, Jonas Aakenes, recently visited the University of Genova to see how they managed the entrepreneurship education at the school.