Student Startup Camp is back in Tartu!
The Student Startup Camp (SSC) is back in Tartu!
Together with Garage48, University of Tartu, UT Institute of Computer Science and UT IdeaLab we are bringing you the annual entrepreneurship bootcamp designed to build your idea into a working prototype and to learn the basics of launching a tech startup.
The 5-day course consists of teamwork, intensive mentoring, hands-on talks on specific topics around launching a tech startup, visits to the startup and tech centers in Tartu and inspirational talks by the #EstonianMafia founders, including people behind Garage48, Fortumo and many more. No previous experience required!
The boot camp is aimed at students from Estonia and elsewhere with a background in IT, engineering, design, marketing, and business. The camp also welcomes participants from other disciplines, especially those who bring along with them novel ideas and an entrepreneurial can-do attitude. Every participant will be able to pitch an idea for the camp and/or join an idea one likes the most.
Students enrolled in Estonian higher-education institutions may obtain 3 ECTS for successful participation in the camp. Please tick the "3 ECTS" box in the registration form if you wish to obtain credit points.
Students from all universities are eligible. Please register before 25th of January.
More info on Garage48 website.
Attend Facebook event.
Paabel building (Ülikooli 17)
SPARK HUB (Narva mnt 3)
You can also watch a short video about the last year's camp:
The Student Startup Camp is supported by HITSA and IT Academy.
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