Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship at Munich University of Applied Sciences
The Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE) at the Munich
University of Applied Sciences offers training and research programs in
the field of entrepreneurship and encourages innovation processes and
the development of entrepreneurial personalities. The SCE supports
business start-ups from science and guides young businesses from idea
development to marketable innovation. In this way the SCE actively
contributes to shaping the future of our society and to establishing a
comprehensive start-up culture. The SCE was founded in 2002 as an
affiliated institute of the Munich University of Applied Sciences
(MUAS). In July 2011, the SCE and MUAS became one of the six EXIST
Start-Up Universities in Germany.
Our range of courses aims to teach young people the entrepreneurial and leadership skills they need to shape our common future. We help our students pursue their professional goals, either as entrepreneurs or employees, and to play their role in the evolution of society.
SCE was established in 2002 by the Falk F. Strascheg Foundation. One may ask, who is Falk F. Strascheg? There‘s a lot to that question, as Falk F. Strascheg has done so many things in his life. Focusing solely on his professional roles, he has been...
SCE and MUAS were recognised by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology as one of Germany‘s six EXIST Start-up-Universities representing Germany‘s higher educational system, and the only applied sciences university in that group.
The Strascheg Award is an idea competition of the Munich University of Applied Sciences. It has three categories for which innovative business ideas can be submitted. Applications are welcome for ideas, projects, and research initiatives that demonstrate entrepreneurial motivation...
The Steelcase Creative Hall is open to all creative people. It is located on the ground floor of the SCE building (Heßstraße 89) and functions as an area for quiet study as well as a creative workspace and informal meeting point.