ERI Teaching

General information about our courses

Each and every semester we will offer at least two Advanced Seminars in Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Master Students.

In addition to that we also offer the following lectures:

Winter Terms

  • Entrepreneurial Idea Development (for Bachelor students MSE only) _ WI100809
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship (BSc) _ WI000801 and Part of module WI001058 (Foundations of Entrepreneurial and Ethical Business)
  • Entrepreneurship (Master in Management) _ WI000984 and part of module WI001185 (Entrepreneurial, Strategic, and International Management) as well as module WI900005 (Global Entrepreneurship)

Summer Terms

  • Entrepreneurial Idea Development (for Bachelor students MSE only) _ WI100809

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We provide the lecture on Introduction on Entrepreneurship (WI000801) only as a part of the  module on Foundations to Entrepreneurial and Ethical Business,WI001058/WI101058. There is NO single exam on Introduction to Entrepreneurship!

Lectures & Seminars Summer 2022

In summer 2022, TUM ERI is planning to offer following lectures and seminars. While the main target group is indicated, some courses are also availabe for other program participants. Please see TUMonline for details (not published yet!).

Changes are possible.

+++IMPORTANT+++

Information on course formats (online or / and in-person / hybrid) is availabe in TUMonline.

We ask you the check regularly the requirements for the course you are particpating regarding the pandemic situation.
https://www.tum.de/en/about-tum/news/coronavirus/corona-teaching-exams/

Lectures

  • Entrepreneurial Idea Development (WI100809, for BSc MSE only); Preller

M.Sc. Seminars (registration via TUMonline)

  • Advanced Seminar Innovation & Entrepreneurship (MGT001327S): Entrepreneurial ecosystems; Vedula
  • Advanced Seminar Innovation & Entrepreneurship  (WIB18812_1): Ideation & Venture Creation (New venture financing); Hagenow / Vedula
  • Advanced Seminar Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WIB25001_1): Pychology of Entrepreneurship; Feldmeier / Stratz
  • Advanced Seminar Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WIB25001_2): Entrepreneurial Role Models; Breugst / Steeghs
  • Advanced Seminar in Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WIB26995): Strategic Entrepreneurship, Reetz / Xu
  • Advanced Seminar Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WIB271011): Venture Growth and Internalization (Startup stakeholder management and resource acquisition); Ruehl
  • Advanced Seminar Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WIB271013): Entrepreneurship through a gender lens; Milanov
  • Case Study Seminar in Managing business models, growth, and disruption (WI001214); Alexy
  • Entrepreneurial Prototyping (WI001166); Kakatkar
  • Identifying Research Question in Entrepreneurial Management (MGT001325): New Technologies and Nascent Markets; Zhao-Ding
  • Social Entrepreneurship Lab (WIB26001); Huber/ Mittermaier
  • Sustainable Venturing (Environmental Entrepreneurship) (MGT001328); Hagenow Vedula
  • Young Entrepreneurs in Science (MGT001308); Alexy

Other Courses

Project Studies

The goal of project studies is to gain project management experience by working on a specific topic related to a research-oriented or practice-oriented project. Depending on the research or practice orientation, requirements for written projects report differ in breadth and content. 

» List of available project studies 
» General guidelines
» Application form

Theses

Students working on their final thesis for gradutation should show and improve their ability to work on a recent, scientific or practice-oriented, research topic. 

» Currently available topics
» Guidelines for theses, papers, and reports

Other Services

Please contact Madeleine Kutschbach well ahead of any deadlines you might have (madeleine.kutschbach@tum.de).