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  Summer Institute for Entrepreneurship, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Date:   June 22-July 18, 2008 (deadline to apply: March 10, 2008)
Eligible:   Master and doctoral candidates
Location:   Stanford Graduate School of Business
Course details:  

Discover what it takes to develop an idea into a successful venture through an intensive four-week business management program for graduate students in non-business fields. The business world is in need of young visionaries with backgrounds in engineering, science, and humanities. Now that you have the education, all you need are the right skills. The Stanford Graduate School of Business Summer Institute for Entrepreneurship offers current graduate students the unique opportunity to build the analytical and practical skills critical to business management. Top Stanford MBA faculty will be teaching courses in Economics, Finance, Negotiation, Strategy, Operations and Marketing, as well as Entrepreneurship, Product Design, and Organizational Behavior.
This groundbreaking program utilizes a combination of lectures, team projects, small group discussions, workshops, and company visits to give the participants a comprehensive experience and a solid understanding of the process of launching a new business venture. The program concludes with an exciting opportunity for teams to present their business plans to a panel of experienced venture capitalists from renowned Silicon Valley firms.
Please visit the Summer Institute for Entrepreneurship website at for more details regarding the program.  You can view information specific to Stanford graduate students at:

We look forward to receiving your application soon!!!

Fee:   $600 for Stanford students
Additional information and/or registration:  

Aimee Slobin
Program Coordinator
Phone: 650.724.4336

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