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1 Results Pilot Course

2 E A Pilot Course Programme Date TopicContent 19 April 2007 Introduction Kick off Schedule, lecturers and participants Introdutionary lecture 27 April 2007 Business plattfrom Important cornerstones for the early development of a firm 15 May 2007 Types of entrepreneurs Selfunderstandig Where is my drive? What are my strengths and weaknesses? Communication

3 E A Pilot Course Programme Date TopicContent 22 May 2007 Technology trans- fer and financial engineering Public support in innovation systems Contracting and agreements National and regional funding for start-ups and financial strategies 12 June 2007 Final presentation and an example of a successful spin- off company Presentation by an earlier start-up company Project presentations Feedback

4 Students profile 12 students, 9 male 3 female Age 24 – 55, average 33 Educational background includes MSc in mechanical engineering, computer science, chemistry, PhD in pedagogics Professional background includes research, education, postgraduate studies and media/communications

5 Evaluation Questionaire covering the course Questions answered on a five-graded scale as well as free comments

6 Evaluation, cont. Attitudes on course information et cetera Avergage score % Satisfied There was enough information handed out before the course started. 3,855% The attitudes from the responsible persons regarding questions before the course started were good. 4,691% The course presentation handed out gave all the necessary information on the course and its outline. 3,875% The schedule of the course worked good for me. 3,567%

7 Evaluation, cont. Attitudes on course contents Average score % Satisfied Introduction was informative and worthwhile. 4,490% The module regarding the Business platform was rewarding. 4,6100% The module What kind of type is the entrepreneur? was rewarding. 4,4100% The module Technology transfer and financial engineering rewarding. 4,082% The reference materials and the literature in the course were good. 3,864%

8 Evaluation, cont. Attitudes on the teachersAverage score % Satisfied The teachers were competent and knew their subjects. 4,7100% The teachers were good at conveying their knowledge. 4,7100% The teachers were willing to have a dialogue with the participants. 4,9100% The teachers created a positive atmosphere in the group. 4,7100%

9 Evaluation, cont. Attitudes on how you experienced the course Average Score % Satisfied My expectations on the course have been fulfilled. 4,391% The course material that has been used has been relevant and rewarding. 4,184% What I have learnt in the course has been useful and interesting. 4,392% I will be able to use what I have learnt during the course. 4,692% There has been enough time devoted to each part of the course. 4,191% The course has been easy to assimilate. 4,7100% I have learnt a lot I didnt know before. 4,167% Content has been and general enough and not to specific. 4,264% The course and the participants will be a channel for professional development 4,283%

10 Evaluation, cont. PoorNeutralExcellentNo Answer My conclusive opinion on the teachers and their teaching 291 PoorNeutralExcellentNo answer My overall evaluation of the course NoMaybeYesNo answer I would recommend this course to my friends 1191

11 Evaluation, cont. More teaching requested on: Practical business development for own ideas and financing The tax system and how this affects businesses Myers-Briggs test Clearer orientation towards private firms Business law and taxation Marketing and Internet based-services Sales and negotiation, consulting services, practical networking, information on double positions in both the university and outside

12 Evaluation, cont. The most appreciated parts of the course were: The workshop-outline The reasoning that a business must have a solid ground to succeed The positive and cheering spirit The practical connection to students own ideas The discussion on different types of entrepreneurs Business thinking Source of new knowledge

13 Evaluation, cont. Parts of the course that need improvement: More occasions to work with own ideas Teachers presentation technique More focus on students individual needs The most rewarding parts of the course were: New ideas, help and knowledge which are suitable for my personal development Broadened understanding and knowledge to succeed with my innovation and my business development


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