Application Deadline – Entrepreneurship for Physicists course

21st March 2021 - 11:59 pm
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Come and find out how Oxford Physics researchers are creating innovative products that could end up in your home.

A new short option will be run for the first time this year: S33 Entrepreneurship for Physicists.

This option is a collaboration between the Oxford Foundry, Saïd Business School, and the Department of Physics and is an online course run in Trinity term for all 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate Physics students.

It is a bespoke course being delivered over 7 sessions in the first 4 weeks of Trinity Term 2021 to equip undergraduate Physics students with the knowledge and skills to transform ideas and inventions into scalable businesses. The online programme will challenge you to deepen your understanding of your customers and to cater your business idea to their needs—we call this “problem-solution fit.”

During the programme, you will learn from expert start-up coaches, ex-Physicists turned entrepreneurs, industry experts, and senior faculty from the Saïd Business School to guide you through this introductory course. The course will conclude with an assessment.

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