MUAS and SCE were recognized for outstanding entrepreneurship program

The 2019 Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers(GCEC) conference in Stockholm recognized eleven universities with leading-edge entrepreneurship programs, along with 19 finalists. Among the listed finalists were the Munich University of Applied Sciences and the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship. MUAS and SCE competed with more than 100 nominated university programs this year and got acknowledged in the category ‘Excellence in Entrepreneurship Teaching and Pedagogical Innovation’. Amidst all these American participants the MUAS and the SCE stand out as one of the few European programs listed. You can find more information here.

The GCEC is the premier academic organization addressing the emerging topics of importance to the nation’s university-based centers for entrepreneurship. It has become the vehicle by which the top, established entrepreneurship centers as well as emerging centers work together to share best practices, develop programs and initiatives and collaborate and assist each other in advancing, strengthening and celebrating the role of universities in teaching the entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

“Entrepreneurship has become a central and vibrant educational component at most top universities around the world,” said Brad Burke, executive director of the GCEC and managing director of the Rice Alliance. “Universities play a critical role in global innovation and economic development. The GCEC has been a driver of vigorous and innovative academic and experiential entrepreneurial programs. More and more institutes of higher education are recognizing that teaching entrepreneurial skills are key to the success of our students and the world’s future economy.”


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