Complete the online course Makers of Tomorrow until Feb. 28

January 20, 2022 / Andreas Wahl

"Makers of Tomorrow" is a "Master Class" for students on the topic of entrepreneurship. The University of Stuttgart is a partner university in the project, continues to offer all students access to the exclusive online course and also holds a lecture series as part of the project.
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Makers of Tomorrow Online Course

The University of Stuttgart is a partner university in the "Makers of Tomorrow" project, which was launched by the Federal Chancellery under the patronage of former German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel. The project is aimed at students of all disciplines and is intended to give them more courage to start up their own business. The online course is available free of charge.

The course itself consists of a total of 10 modules with 10 start-up stories from prominent founders in Germany and Silicon Valley. In addition to exclusive insights into the ups and downs of being a founder, there are also short assignments in the modules to get a first impression of the actual "doing".

The course is open to all majors, all degrees, and all semesters of study! Absolutely no prior knowledge is required - a healthy curiosity is completely sufficient!

Those who complete all 10 modules, including assignments, will receive a certificate as well as exclusive access to an online community of MoT alumni where there will be access to further networking and events.

Access to the course is available via with our university access code (mail to Andreas Wahl).

Please note: The course is available for you until 28.02.2022.

Makers of Tomorrow Lecture Series

In addition, there will be a Germany-wide, inter-university lecture series as part of the project, in which founders will report live from their everyday lives. Under the title "Scaling: How to Steer Growth" the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research at the University of Stuttagrt will take a scientific and practical approach to the topic. The guiding idea is that even in the scaling phase, a startup's innovation should still be viewed as an experiment and continuously evaluated for its business value. The goal of the experiments in the scaling phase is then to further develop the innovation on the market and to continuously improve it.

More info on the event can be found here. All dates of the lecture series and the recordings are available here:


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Andreas Wahl

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