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Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship, CSE, is both an educational platform encompassing a Master’s Program and a pre-incubator. The Master's Program started 1997 and is a collaboration between Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg and has graduated over 200 students and the pre-incubator has a turned 27 technology based ideas into companies. These companies are valuated to 56 MEUR and has turnover on more than 14 MEUR.[1]

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Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship accept applications from students with 180 hec (120 Swedish college credits in the old Swedish system) with 30 hec in the area of innovation and entrepreneurship (most engineering, legal, economic or design educations qualify). In the two year long Master's Program the students are studying intellectual property, innovation management and business development in the program and in the second year the students are provided with a start-up project. In the second year of the education the students are matched with external idea providers to start up a real life high-tech innovation projects.

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Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship, CSE, is both an educational platform encompassing a Master’s Program and a pre-incubator. The Master's Program started 1997 and is a collaboration between Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg and has graduated over 200 students and the pre-incubator has a turned 27 technology based ideas into companies. These companies are valuated to 56 MEUR and has turnover on more than 14 MEUR.[1]

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Students

Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship accept applications from students with 180 hec (120 Swedish college credits in the old Swedish system) with 30 hec in the area of innovation and entrepreneurship (most engineering, legal, economic or design educations qualify). In the two year long Master's Program the students are studying intellectual property, innovation management and business development in the program and in the second year the students are provided with a start-up project. In the second year of the education the students are matched with external idea providers to start up a real life high-tech innovation projects.

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