The second edition of the "International Coworking and Entrepreneurial Management" course as part of the EU-funded Erasmus+ project Cowork4EU was once again a great success! 36 students from four partner universities developed creative solutions for university coworking in a coworking space in Salzburg.
As part of the coworking course "International Coworking and Entrepreneurial Management" of the EU-funded Erasmus+ project Cowork4EU, 36 students from TU Dortmund University, the Paris School of Business, the Private University Schloss Seeburg and the Prague School of Economics and Business developed concepts for coworking spaces at universities.
The highlight of the course was an EU-funded trip to Salzburg, where the students were given the opportunity to work in the coworking space bluebird.space. The students were supported by the EU with a travel allowance of up to €391. In bluebird.space, they worked in international teams to develop a concept for coworking spaces at universities based on the Business Model Canvas. The students' creative concepts ranged from micro-coworking concepts in central inner-city locations, to coworking spaces with a focus on collaboration between corporations, start-ups and students, to hybrid coworking spaces that offer coworkers the opportunity to work both in the real and virtual world. A virtual coworking space was specially developed by the students for this purpose.
Are you interested in taking part in the EU-funded Erasmus+ course "International Coworking and Entrepreneurial Management" in the summer semester? This time it will take place in Paris and is supported with 296€! The application phase runs from December 7th, 2023 to January 14th, 2024. You can find more information here. If you have any questions, you can contact Jonah Weißwange.