Develop your own business ideas in a team! In the course of the semester examine their marketability by means of interviews and present these results in a structured way in business plans. The aim is to recognise and grasp entrepreneurial opportunities.
Registration for kick-off day on 21 October 2015 will be open in September.
Your personal contact
Coordinator Entrepreneurship Education
+49 89-18 94 69-1523
Credit points can be claimed for this programme. Please note that the awarding of ECTS varies in the different study programmes. For queries please address your Student Secretariat or Examination Office.
For students (matriculated at a German university) and PhD students (TUM), attendance is free of charge.
Weekly seminar: 2 semester-week hours
Plus about 5 to 7 hours a week preparation and follow-up time.
G1 | Customer Problem & Needs
G2 | Solution & Prototype
G3 | Market & Competition
G4 | Business Model & Business Plan
G5 | Trial presentation: final rehearsal for the concluding presentation
Here, in the run-up to the seminar, participants can exchange ideas and find team members online.
Furthering a project in a team
Participation will only be possible in teams of 3 to 4 persons. For your project you will hold interviews, learn to understand your customers, and work out a business model and a business plan.
Regular expert feedback
You will receive feedback on your regular presentations and support from communication trainers.
Workshop on idea finding
Information on courses and lecturers, presenting ideas, collecting the team
Register by teams up to one week after kick-off for your preferred course:
at Garching Research Center, at the Weihenstephan Academic Center, or at the TUM Campus in the city center.
Dominik Böhler is manager of the UnternehmerTUM unit "Lectures & Seminars" and therewith responsible for the education of students and PhD students, as well as lecturing. He holds a diploma in business administration, with a major in entrepreneurship, and a PhD in information systems. Next to his studies he was self-employed as an IT consultant
Chris Eberl is CEO and founder of an Internet startup. He has studied Electrical Engineering at TUM and has successfully completed the Executive MBA in Innovation & Business Creation of TUM. Working for eight years at an international software corporation he gained experience in B2B-Sales and Business Development Management. At UnternehmerTUM Chris Eberl is external Trainer and Coach for entrepreneurship.
Franziska Heyde works as an external trainer for UnternehmerTUM "Lectures & Seminars". As a business graduate, she specialized in innovation management and is also certified as a trainer in adult education. Besides her work at UnternehmerTUM she also coaches Social Entrepreneurs during their start-up phase.
Michael Ohr is entrepreneur, consultant and lecturer. He is founder of ZebraMobil, the first innovative carsharing start-up in Germany. He has worked for over ten years in different trades, e.g. the software industry, automotive industry and in the field of private equity. He holds a MBA of INSEAD and a diploma in industrial engineering of the University Karlsruhe (KIT). At UnternehmerTUM Michael Ohr is external trainer.