22 - 28 July
7 DAYS TO CHANGE THE WAY YOU DO BUSINESS
UNINTER USA and The International Entrepreneurship Center (IEC), offers an intensive, 1 week Summer program for undergrads and professionals that focuses on entrepreneurship and innovation.
Participants live and attend classes at the prestigious Lasell College Campus, visit Harvard and MIT as well as other leading startups from the Boston area, and earn a certificate from IEC.
WHAT IS THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
EXPERIENCE IN BOSTON?
LEARNING BY DOING -
LEARN FROM THE BEST
It is a 1-week program - taught in Boston at the beautiful Lasell College campus - by top faculty and business experts from around the world. The program guides participants through the process of creating a successful enterprise and using innovative problem-solving methods in business. The participants will also have the opportunity to visit companies, network with other entrepreneurs, and understand the vibrant Boston Entrepreneurial Ecosystem.
WHAT DO PARTICIPANTS LEARN?
Participants learn key concepts and methods for starting and growing businesses with renowned professors and practitioners with large international experience leading and consulting high-growth businesses.
LEARNING IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM
The program combines class discussions and interactive workshops along with visits to Harvard, MIT and innovative companies.
WHO IS THIS PROGRAM FOR?
Students and Professionals who want to learn what it takes to be successful, to start their own business, or to bring innovation to a company. Classes are in English.
Students receive a certificate from International Entrepreneurship Center.
Registration on or before April 15th: $2,000
From April 16th to May 15th: $2,200
After May 15th: $2,500
All rates are in American dollars and include all classes, materials, lodging, most meals, company visits and ground transportation
ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION
1 Week 2019
CARLOS RUFIN . International Business Professor
As a Director of International Programs at Suffolk University, in an increasingly globalized business climate, Dr. Carlos Rufin is tasked with making sure Suffolk business students enter the workforce as well-traveled, multicultural citizens.Rufin teaches several international business courses. As a business consultant, he is a multi-faceted professional with advanced training in economics and public policy analysis, and extensive experience in market-based approaches to infrastructure development, Public-Private Partnerships, multi-stakeholder collaboration and partnerships, energy markets, renewable energy, and business development, as well as command of several major languages.
BA, Princeton University
MA, Columbia University
MA, Columbia University
PhD, Harvard University
BOB CASPE . Entrepreneurship Professor
Bob is a Serial Entrepreneur having started and served as CEO and Chairman of three high technology companies over thirty years. His companies were in the medical imaging, newspaper imaging, digital cameras and consumer electronics industries. In 2003, Bob began seven years teaching Entrepreneurship and Marketing at Babson College's MBA program. He teaches all over the world for leading universities on entrepreneurship and small business development.
BS, New York University
SCOTT SARGIS . International Business Expert
Scott comes from the Monitor Group, a global consultancy that was acquired by Deloitte. He served in a variety of capacities there, including as the leader of the firm's Middle East practice, based in Dubai and Riyadh. Earlier in his career, Scott was with Strategic Pricing Group, a boutique pricing strategy consulting firm where he led the development and management of one of the firm's largest clients as well as the firm's Western Region practice. Scott has spent significant parts of his career with several engineering and environmental consulting organizations, as well as alternative and mainstream energy companies, including the Chevron Corporation.
BS, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
JD, Suffolk University
THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FAQ SUMMER 2019