The course is taught by leading Dutch and Russian institutions working in innovation and entrepreneurship. The lecturers work with students and start-ups daily bringing their ideas to the next level.
The Dutch have always been famous for their entrepreneurial spirit reflected in the country's large number of entrepreneurs – the highest in Europe: about 15% of Dutch working population is self-employed. Renowned internationally for its open culture and emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation, the Netherlands is home to a vibrant, collaborative startup ecosystem. The Netherlands is also in the top 5 of the most competitive economies
in the world, which speaks for itself.
Russian universities are actively incorporating entrepreneurship into their curriculum inviting Dutch specialists to share their practice, including lecturing experts. Some of them have already been working in Russia for several years.
From the Russian side, the expertise will be provided by leading experts in their fields - CEO's of the Moscow Agency of Innovations, several startups, professors from HSE University, venture capitalists and experts from the Special Economic Zone Innopolis.