Social and Impact Entrepreneurship in an International Perspective

Social and Impact Entrepreneurship in an International Perspective (Pilot.10 ECTS) (Spring)
Course period: February 1st – April 30th, 2021
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Social & Impact entrepreneurship is an online course that allows students from social sciences and entrepreneurship in various countries to learn from each other and to share information, knowledge, skills and values about social innovation. The course brings together diverse professional and cultural backgrounds of students, who will cooperate and learn from each other and together.

Social entrepreneurship is defined by doing business for a social purpose. Social entrepreneurs combine social and economic actions in a way that improves the lives of people connected to the cause. They don’t measure their success in terms of profit alone or dominantly. They measure their economic performance just on a slightly positive breakeven. Whereas, success to social entrepreneurs is measured outside the social start-up whether they have improved the world and have had a positive impact on society based on the common good.

How to apply Applications and further information

Students from VirCamp partner Institutions: please contact the VirCamp person of reference in your Institution
Students from other Institutions: please contact Winfried Weber