Global Start-up Boot camp at SolBridge
Effective this spring, SolBridge will run a Global start-up boot camp program for second-year and above undergraduate students interested in entrepreneurship. The program consists of five courses with 15 credit units, including; Understanding start-up Businesses, Planning and Launching Start-up Businesses, Bizthon for Start-up Business (I) & (II), and Workshop for start-up businesses.
In the 'Understanding Start-up Business' course, students
will learn the business model and, using the business model, creating an IR
Deck for fundraising. Students will try to create prototypes with no-coding or
low-coding through market research and customer identification in the 'Planning
and Launching Start-up Businesses' course. The program also includes practical
training and field trips, more than simply learning the theoretical contents.
Through 'Bizthon for Start-up Business,' students have the opportunity to learn
and make the prototype with the help of professors and experts. On the one
hand, students will have a chance to meet various Korean start-ups. The
'Workshop for Start-up Businesses' course allows students to solve problems on
their own. Through this, it is intended to provide an opportunity to experience
various experiences related to entrepreneurship and a general understanding of