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The first Cowork4EU course took place in Prague

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The course "International Coworking and Entrepreneurial Management" in the scope of the EU-funded Erasmus+ project Cowork4EU was a great success! 40 students from four partner universities developed creative solutions for university coworking in a coworking space in Prague.

During the first coworking course "International Coworking and Entrepreneurial Management" of the EU-funded Erasmus+ project Cowork4EU, 40 students from TU Dortmund University, Paris School of Business, Seeburg Castle Private University, and Prague School of Economics and Business developed concepts for coworking spaces at universities.

The highlight of the course was a  EU-supported trip to Prague, where students were given the opportunity to work in the coworking space Pracovna. The students were supported by the EU with a travel grant of 507€. They participated in international teams to develop a concept for coworking spaces at universities based on the Business Model Canvas. The students' creative concepts ranged from coworking spaces focused on mental health and inclusion, over a franchise solution for university coworking spaces, to fully equipped tech-spaces focused on startups. All concepts offered students and student founders a budget-friendly place to work, promoting networking and exchange between each other.

Interested in attending the EU-funded Erasmus+ course "International Coworking and Entrepreneurial Management"? in the winter term 2023/24? It will take place in Salzburg this time! Registration for the course is expected to open in the summer. Here you can find more information. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jonah Weißwange.