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- Executive Education
Aarhus University students: Blockchain and Entrepreneurship classes at the TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning
The TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning was delighted to welcome Master Degree students of leading Danish Aarhus University in Munich as part of their international studies in the “Elite Module of Digital Transformation” course. The two topics of the day, taught by renowned TUM professors: Blockchain technology and the development of entrepreneurship in Germany and in Munich. The students visited the TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning’s rooms in the new Galileo Campus in Garching, one of Germany’s innovation hubs, and ended the session with a visit of Munich’s famous MakerSpace.
Drawing on the entire power in technological and natural science of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), the TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning combines the latest scientific research with a broad experience in management and leadership. Thus, the students of Aarhus University’s “Elite Module of Digital Transformation” were able to learn more about Blockchain and its use cases – one of the most important technologies of our time. What are smart contracts? What are the most important critical aspects associated with blockchain? And how is it implemented in areas like decentralized finance?
Tailor-made programs to complement Aarhus University’s curriculum
With TUM being known as “the entrepreneurial university”, the professors gave further insight into the state and future of entrepreneurship and innovation in the city and country – from the development of an entrepreneurial mindset to the big number of “hidden champions” of German companies. The tailor-made program was individually designed to blend in the curriculum of the renowned “Elite Module of Digital Transformation” and complement their studies with international insights. For Aarhus University as one of the leading universities in Denmark, it is important to provide high-level and interactive teaching, practical as well as theoretical knowledge and excellent network opportunities to their students.
International cooperations at the TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning
The TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning holds a long tradition of international cooperation and study modules and draws on a rich network of international partner organizations and universities –Politecnico di Milano School of Management in Italy and HEC Paris in France, among others. In digital or on-campus sessions in Munich, the students learn more about leadership, management, new technologies or other topics matched with TUM’s schools and faculties.
If you would like to learn more about Blockchain, find out more about our English-speaking, digital certificate program here.