Entrepreneurship Exchange Program (EEP) starts at TUM School of Management

TUM School of Management has just started a new exchange program, which is called “Entrepreneurship Exchange Program (EEP)” and is a cooperation project between TUM School of Management and NUS Overseas Colleges. The program is aimed at TUM School of Management undergraduate and graduate students with interest in “Innovation and Entrepreneurship”. TUM School of Management students will get the opportunity to do an off-campus internship with start-up companies in Singapore, whilst undertaking courses in the area of Management at NUS. With this scheme, NUS and TUM School of Management support students who wish to develop both their entrepreneurial and intercultural competencies.

Participants in this program gain the opportunity to be educated in entrepreneurship and apply their knowledge at a start-up company, to build up an international network of fellow students and company contacts, and to live and work in Singapore, a vibrant country with a dynamic, entrepreneurial spirit. The lenght of stay is five to six month, either in the third year for Bachelor students or in the second year for Master students. The number of places is limited to 10 places, students can apply for the program until December 1, 2018.

Learn more about the EEP here.


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