We have an amazing alumni network at NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, and every year we meet in Trondheim. Here, the alumni get to help and mentor current students through a alumni workshop, and most importantly, the students and alumni get to know one another. After the workshop, the night continued with a delicious meal at Jossa, followed by a night out at Downtown.
On wednesday, March 21st, we arrange our annual “Info meeting” at FRAM NTNU. Here, you will get the information you need about us, how it is to be a student here, and last but not least, meet our students and get your questions answered.
It starts at 1800 and ends around 2000. Click here for link to our Facebook event.
See you there!
Repost of the live stream, after the event:
If you want to see more from the info meeting or want to know more about what’s happening at NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, check out the facebook page here.
BDO Trondheim came to Gløshaugen to teach our students about financing, business law and organisational structure. Learning from people who perform these tasks daily and whom are so excited about the topics they talk about is amazing. After the lecture, our students had private meetings with the BDO employees to discuss the topics that were of most relevance to their startups.
In this second presentation of master’s theses from NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, we span over the last ten years and have found three theses that have had a close connection to the faculty’s research. Two of them include topics that have interested and been researched by the faculty, and the last where one student later became part of NSE’s faculty and continued his work. In addition, all of these theses have proved to be timely and interesting outside NSE, where researchers at other universities have shown great interest in the work.
We hope you get inspired and enjoy the reading! If you want to read more about our students’ prior theses, you can find January’s three theses HERE.
– The faculty of NSE
This week the minister of research and higher education in Norway, Iselin Nybø came to visit NTNU School of Entrepreneurship. She came to hear about the unique learning enviroment at our master program as well as hear about Spark NTNU and Engage – SFU. Even more fun was it when three our own startups got to present their companies in front of Ms. Nybø and her crew.
We are happy to welcome anyone who wants to learn about how we work an learn. Please contact us if you are interested as well!