Buiding an Entrepreneurial Portfolio, 1-20 credit point
Language of instruction: English
Entrepreneurial Portfolio is way to bring your practical experience about entrepreneurship and working skills to be part of your curriculum. Relevant examples of such a practical experience are for example developing a business idea or existing business, volunteering to work in an entrepreneurial association or training program related to entrepreneurship or working life skills (e.g. accelerator etc.)
The objective is to build entrepreneurial competences in real life setting. You will create a personalized plan on how to gain knowledge and document the results. The plan is reviewed with the coach before starting the assignment. The way how you will document the outcomes is also agreed with the coach.
The content of this course is tailored individually with you and will be based on your personal learning targets. This is done together with a coach.
Kick off to the program (a group meeting) in every period
- Familiarizing with entrepreneurial competences
- Introduction to the way how Entrepreneurial Portfolio is built
- Personalized plan to develop entrepreneurial competences
- Schedule and execution plan
Building the results presentation
- The outcome can be presented e.g. as a blog post, vlog, handbook or presentation
Reflections among the group in every period
- Dialogue and feedback
Joint kick-off and reflection sessions, independent or team work.
Period 3: Kick off session on Thursday 20.1.2022 and Reflection session on Tuesday 22.2.2022, both 14:15-16:00. If the corona situation allows, we’ll meet at TAMK Main Campus in Kauppi, room Paja (C1-23), other wise the sessions will be held online.
Period 4: Kick off session on Thursday 17.3.2022 and Reflection session on Thursday 21.4.2022, both 14:15-16:00. If the corona situation allows, we’ll meet at TAMK Main Campus in Kauppi, room Paja (C1-23), other wise the sessions will be held online.
Approved when you have demonstrated independent and self-conducted work towards your own goals. You have set the goals, worked persistently towards them and evaluated the outcome both in quality and quantity.
Failed if you have not succeeded in planning and producing the self-development process. You have not mastered the learning targets in a way that could describe the meaning and progress in self-development.
You can register for open UAS courses with an e-form or through a web shop. When registering through the web shop, you pay most single course fees are instantly; study modules containing several units (e.g. path studies) are billed separately. When you register through the e-form, the course fee is to be paid through the link delivered by email.
Registration is binding.
TAMK degree students register for courses through Pakki.