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Fast Track entrepreneurship programme kicks off, organised by Innovation Factory

FAST TRACK Programme | How to set up your business | University of Navarra

24/09/19 16:30 Communication Service


On 2 October, the Fast Track programme kicks off on the San Sebastian campus: a practical training itinerary in innovation and business creation organised by Innovation Factory, the entrepreneurship unit of the University of Navarra.  

The programme is aimed at any student at the University of Navarra who has completed at least the first year of a bachelor's degree, or is enrolled in a master's degree programme or doctoral studies. However, former students of the University (bachelor's or master's degree) who have finished their studies after the 2015-2016 academic year may also participate.

It should be noted that the teams will be made up of between 3 and 5 students from different faculties and will be configured on the basis of the registrations received at IFT. The deadline for registration is 29 September.


Working method

Throughout the course, students work in multidisciplinary teams to find an idea and develop it, and may even turn it into a project that goes to market.

The programme revolves around the development of entrepreneurial projects, with a programme structured around five phases: ideation, canvas, market validation, business plan and communication. Fast Track includes 16 hours of face-to-face sessions and an estimated workload of 80 hours, and can be validated for 1 ECTS.

Likewise, as Gustavo Pego, Director of Corporate Ventures at the University of Navarra explains, "although it is positively valued, it is not essential for students to have a previous idea in order to be admitted to the programme". 

The winners will have the opportunity to take part in the Innovation TripInnovation Trip: a trip to get to know the entrepreneurial ecosystem of one of the most important hubs in the world.

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