Entrepreneurship Experience 2023

Creating a business model | Design Thinking | Multidisciplinary team skills | Problem Solving | Prototyping and Testing

Apply to this course organized by Hochschule der Medien in Stuttgart, Germany in co-operation with TAMK!

This course aims to give participants the opportunity to gain entrepreneurial experience. The course is structured around an intensive bootcamp week in Germany (Stuttgart and Pfronstetten), but includes also virtual meetings and workshops.

After ideas are found at the beginning during the ideation process, the students are shown which ideas
constitute viable business ventures in reality. After the ideation phase, the course takes place offsite as an intensive 3-day workshop with a strong focus on action learning (in Pfronstetten). Utilizing the lean startup methodology, participants will validate their hypothesis and develop a fully-fledged business model with a focus on the product-market fit.

A big group of students standing outside, waving and smiling.
Picture: Entrepreneurship Experience group in Pfronstetten 2022 / Hochschule der Medien
Two student teams working outside on a sunny patio, with a building and nature in the bacground.
Picture: Entrepreneurship Experience -bootcamp 2022 / Hochschule der Medien

Course information

Credits: 3 ects

Study method: Team work

Experience level: Start with these

Location: Germany, Online

Date: 18.4.–6.6.2023

Period: 4/2022-2023

Enrollment: 9.1.–24.2.2023

Organizer: Hochschule der Medien in cooperation with TAMK


Apply for Entrepreneurship Experience 2023 on this form: https://forms.office.com/e/RZZ4KbAkCt

We can provide max. 10 seats for students of TAMK! So be quick and tell us why YOU should be picked for this course!

You will be informed if you have been accepted to the course no later than 10th of March 2023.

Contact person

Contact person

Kaisa Kokko


+358 50 337 3259

Experienced specialist in customer-oriented business and personnel development. Inspiring coach who believes in co-creation, culture of experimentation and design thinking.

Definitely the trip – not always the destination.