Course ObjectiveAcademic & Research Skills: The student is able to question predominant
ideas about entrepreneurship, and form their own. They are able to
ideas visually, i.e. through moving images.
Bridging theory & practice: Students have a deeper and enhanced
understanding of entrepreneurial ‘real’ life, and the various
presumptions attached to
Bridging Theory and Practice: The student will have experienced
various facets of entrepreneurial ‘real’ life.
Social Skills: The student is able to work in a small team.
Broadening your Horizon: The student is able to come up with and explore
a (divergent) set of ideas (rather than focus on just one
idea/solution), and play with perspectives.
Self-Awareness: The student is able to be curious, and to (critically)
reflect on his/her own ideas about entrepreneurship, in relation to
extant entrepreneurship knowledge.
Course ContentThis course aims at facilitating students in experiencing, exploring,
discovering and ‘reporting’ about entrepreneurship as a real-life and
dynamic phenomenon and as an on-going process. Likewise, your ability to
look, think, and report in a ‘visual’ way will be stimulated. In this
course, we break with linear conceptualizations of entrepreneuring as a
‘neat’, straight road to success, a correct execution of a sound plan,
based on a good idea, a well-spotted opportunity, or other such dominant
(abstract) ideas. Instead, we are going to play with other, perhaps not
so common ideas about entrepreneurship. During this course, you (in
pairs) create a (short) film about entrepreneurship so as to ‘activate’
your own curiosity, and to – visually – communicate your ideas and
Teaching MethodsInteractive lectures and work group meetings
Method of AssessmentIndividuele- en groepsbeoordeling
Mandatory attendance of meetings
LiteratureTo be announced.
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||School of Business and Economics|
|Course Coordinator||dr. J.K. Verduijn|
|Examiner||dr. J.K. Verduijn|
You need to register for this course yourself
Last-minute registration is available for this course.
|Teaching Methods||Seminar, Lecture|
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