Solve the societal challenges of today through sustainable business in the Sustainable Entrepreneurship course

 

Did you know that entrepreneurship and small businesses can be seen and studied from the sustainability perspective? Did you know you can solve the societal challenges through sustainable business? Join the Sustainable Entrepreneurship (25E18000) course to find out.

What is the course about?

Sustainable Entrepreneurship will introduce you to the practices of sustainable entrepreneurship and the role of business in a changing world. This year, one of the three tracks will focus especially on the current immigration and refugee challenges.

What’s special about this course?

Sustainable Entrepreneurship will offer three learning tracks for students based on their own interest: 1) consultant for sustainable venturing, 2) sustainable entrepreneurship researcher, 3) sustainability oriented entrepreneur.

What’s even more interesting? The special topic of the course this year is refugees and the social business in the context of sustainable entrepreneurship.

You can find more information here https://mycourses.aalto.fi/course/view.php?id=3383

Don’t forget to register in WebOodi.

Contact responsible teachers Steffen Farny and Ewald Kibler at steffen.farny@aalto.fi and ewald.kibler@aalto.fi for more information.

This post was written by AGI

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