Entrepreneurship Study Abroad
New Entrepreneurial Experiences Boost Creativity: Study Abroad
The fundamental learning outcome of any study abroad program is new perspectives, which is key to fueling an entrepreneurial mindset. At SDSU there are over 50 study abroad opportunities each year, covering a vast array of cultures from all over the world. Each country has an entrepreneurial clique that students will interact with, including fellow entrepreneur students, incubators, and founders. We strongly encourage taking advantage of these opportunities to immerse yourself in new settings and let them influence your thinking.
Rome Winter Break Study Abroad:
December 28th, 2017 to January 13th, 2018
MGT 358 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
Lavin Entrepreneurship Center Director and Lecturer, Bernhard Schroeder, will lead a select group of 15 to 20 undergraduate students through the Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship course (MGT 358) while studying abroad in Rome. Students will depart for Rome in late December 2016 for the three week immersive experience.
Maximize your study abroad experience in a three-week winter break program in Rome. Get a full 3 credits for Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (MGT 358). This course is needed for both the Major/Minor in Entrepreneurship; however anyone who is a Junior or Senior at SDSU can take this amazing course. Stretch your perspective of the world and get a new point of view and a rich set of new experiences. The benefits of this course are three course credits, short timeframe, a perspective of what it takes to create a company and the opportunity to visit the best cities in Europe and potentially create a rewarding study abroad experience.
We will conduct this case-study based class in the mornings and meet with entrepreneurs later in the day. The course is also designed to allow for two free weekends for side trips to Athens, London, Madrid or Barcelona.
Summer in Spain June - July 2017
Course: MGT 358 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
Lavin Entrepreneurship Center Executive Director and Professor Alex DeNoble will take a group of undergraduate students for a 2 week long venture through the Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship in Alcala, Spain, just outside of Madrid. This course is designed to provide an overview of the entrepreneurial process in multiple contexts. Given the study abroad nature of the course, students will have the opportunity to work in multi-cultural teams and study entrepreneurship in a Spanish context. Through a unique arrangement with Alcala University in Spain, SDSU students will be working alongside of Alcala students to investigate the key principles of the entrepreneurial process as they pertain to opportunities that may emerge from this cross-cultural experience.
During this 10 day intensive program abroad, students will listen to lectures from both SDSU and Alcala faculty on the various aspects of the entrepreneurial process. They will also have time to work on projects in their study groups and to visit with local entrepreneurs. At the end of the course, student teams will present the results of an opportunity analysis and a designed business model in order to pursue the opportunity. These presentations will take place at Google's brand new co-working space for entrepreneurs called Campus Madrid.
To learn more about the trip please visit the College of Extended Studies
Apply now for "Study Abroad Programs"