Real Projects started - The topics in winter semester 21/22

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How can digitization be made sustainable? How can livable urban neighborhoods be created? How can the mobility revolution be driven forward? How can international cultural mediators like the Goethe-Institut in Beijing or the USA become climate-positive? And what innovative solutions could radically change the healthcare sector? This semester, nearly 350 students from 9 faculties at Munich University of Applied Sciences are once again immersing themselves in current topics of the future and developing viable innovative ideas on these topics within one semester in our "Real Project" seminars. The students thus compete to make the world a bit more sustainable, innovative and entrepreneurial - and thus learn in a very practical way what Responsible Entrepreneurship can mean.

Are you curious about what exactly the teams are working on? Click here for the Real Projects in the winter semester 21/22

You want to know what the final result will be? Then mark January 25 in your calendar and join us at our Digital Pitch Festival!

What are Real Projects?

Real Projects are the cross-faculty seminars of the Munich University of Applied Sciences and the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship, which teach responsible entrepreneurial thinking and action through interdisciplinary practical projects on real social and technology-relevant topics. HM students from all disciplines get hands on access to an excellent entrepreneurship education in theory and practice. Through Real Projects, the entrepreneurs of tomorrow are trained - equipped with the skills to help shape the future responsibly. Each semester, we bring together approximately 300 students from all faculties in a wide variety of courses where they develop a wealth of exciting, sustainable business ideas. At the end of the semester, students present their ideas to the digital public in a virtual pitch festival. SAVE THE DATE: Jan. 25, 2022, starting at 4:30 p.m.

This winter semester, 9 Real Projects will take place with nearly 350 students from faculties 01, 03, 06, 07, 09, 10, 11, 12 and 14. An overview of all Real Projects, which will be held this winter term by the lecturers:inside Andreas Eursch, Herbert Gillig, Julia Eiche, Susanna Eder, Simon Werther, Ahmed Khoja, Jan Vellmer, Ulli Waltinger, Christian Hans Hans, Verena Kaiser, Sven Sterzenbach, Bettina Maisch, Oliver May-Beckmann, Klaus Sailer, Andreas Schlüter, Gila Dassel, Rainer Schmidt, Marion Kießling, Gudrun Socher, Audrey Stolze, Doris Polzin and Winfried Zanker can be found here: