Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences Suur-Sõjamäe 10a, Tallinn, Estonia eek@eek.ee +372 610 1900

Start-Up Entrepreneurship

Learn business by building your business.


Alise Lezdina
Head of Curriculum of Start-up Entrepreneurship
  • Business degree and business acceleration 2-in-1
  • Three-year program
  • First product launch in Year One


For more information about the curriculum and the mentors, see the program's page.

Startup Entrepreneurship is an intense learning-by-doing curriculum where you'll learn business by building your own innovative company.

Throughout your journey from ideation and business model design to hiring and rapid growth management you'll be guided by mentors from top startups such as TransferWiseTaxify, Pipedrive, Goworkabit, Fortumo, Like A Local, Toggl and many others.

                                                  

Immediately in year one you'll locate a real-life problem and design a scalable product to solve it. From here on learning will be coupled with developing the company you've just founded.

Unlike the many accelerators and shorter programs out there, Startup Entrepreneurship offers an in-depth three-year program covering all phases of a startup's growth and a team dedicated to your personal development. You'll also meet and get to know lots of accomplished people from across Europe and the world - in fancy terms build a solid professional network already while you study.

By the end of the program you'll have a background of most probably several entrepreneurial ventures, setting you in a league of your own compared to your theoretically-taught peers from traditional business schools.

IELTS 5.5 or equivalent proof of English proficiency is required. To begin studies in September 2017, the deadline for application is 15 April for non-EU students, 15 August for EU students.




"Great environment to expand your network and to get access to industry insiders you wouldn’t otherwise meet."

Student Monika Šefer


 


"Cool new program with even cooler people in it. Our community support is what keeps me going when it gets really tough. Come and join us!"

Student Lauri Ööpik
Head Trainer/Owner
Fitness & Combat Martial Arts 


 

"Start-up Entrepreneurship program in EUAS is the best way to get into the Start-up scene. You get to meet a lot of people from the industry and hear how things really work."

Student André Purve
Founder
Korter



For more information please contact:
Alise Lezdina
Head of Curriculum for Startup Entrepreneurship
alise.lezdina@eek.ee

The Head of Curriculum can also be reached via Skype!
Aminul Islam
Head of Curriculum of Creativity and Business Innovation,
Lecturer of Sustainable Development
Alise Lezdina
Head of Curriculum of Start-up Entrepreneurship
Triin Mahlakõiv
Elari Tamm
ettevõtlusõppe moodulijuht,
Lecturer,
projektijuht