Visit from NTNU School of Entrepreneurship

As a part of the Nordic Five Tech project we are currently conducting a peer review together with NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Because of this, last week included a visit from our friends at NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, a Norwegian school of entrepreneurship, similar to our own. Just as the case at our venture creation tracks, the NTNU School of entrepreneurship offers students a possibility to start their own company while at the same time achieving their master’s degree.

The two-day visit focused on how the two schools can learn from each other and find collaboration beyond the peer review. Hopefully we can find ways for our students and their ventures to help each other in various ways, and for our two schools to continue to help each other improve.

These kinds of peer reviews are an important part of keeping our school of entrepreneurship in the front line of entrepreneurship education and venture creation programs.

If you are interested in other Venture Creation Programs we have identified, please visit the vcp-list, a research blog manage by our PHD-student Martin Lackéus.


Linn and Linnea (Chalmers) + Mats (Chalmers) and Øystein (NTNU)


Robin (Chlmers) and Henrik (NTNU)


Discussions over lunch in our incubator.


Magnus and My (Chalmers) presenting their business case – Imnus Emergency Housing.

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