The course, taught in English and lasting four months, is carried out by a German university, partner of Feevale
Aiming to train young entrepreneurs to make their decisions based on data analysis, IST-Hochschule für Management - University of Applied Sciences, from Germany, partner of Feevale University, will carry out the virtual course Business simulation and online company project. Taught in English, it will be held from October 2021 to February 2022. Enrollments are limited and registrations are open until September 30th, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Feevale academics have free access to the training.
The course is divided into three stages: business simulation, in which participants are encouraged to manage a company, promoting its products and services; team project, in which they have to develop new companies and prepare a business plan; and presentation of the results obtained by this project, as well as data from market analyses, costs and resources to defend the decisions made during the process.
Among Feevale students who have already participated in this training are Elizabete Heberle and Pedro Klein, both from the Foreign Trade course. For them, the experience was enriching. “I was able to improve my communication and develop, in multicultural teams, a product and its business plan, with a collaborative work with the team and research in three different countries”, highlights Elizabete. “It is an extremely relevant project, which allowed me to acquire a broad view of business and global issues”, complements Klein.