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Creating ValEU: Innovation Training Course

Creating ValEU: Innovation Training Course

Are you a student or future entrepreneur with a passion for innovation and healthcare? Together with Oxford University and Coimbra University, TU Delft has set up a new 5 ECTS health innovation training program funded by EIT Health, with the aim is to support the next-generation of health technology innovators. If you want to make a meaningful contribution to society and learn skills that will accelerate your career, then this program is for you!

Blended online learning with onsite training at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom, this innovation training programme has been designed by top-tier universities to create the next generation of pioneers in healthcare and innovation. You will directly learn from industry leaders and serial entrepreneurs, participate in skills and training workshops, and have the opportunity to work with experienced mentors to pitch your ideas to a panel of experts and investors.

For your efforts, you will receive an EIT Health certificate to accelerate your career and academic pursuits and have the opportunity to gain 5 ECTS. The winning participants will have the opportunity to win seed capital to turn those ideas into reality.

There are 70 spots available. Successful applicants will participate in online sessions, including co-creating solutions in teams and pitching their ideas to a panel of experts. EIT Health will then select and invite the best teams to Oxford for onsite activities in December.

Don’t miss this opportunity, apply before August 19! This course is open to all students.

Dates: Asynchronous phase: August 26 – September 9, 2024; Main program: September 10 – December 5, 2024
Location: University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Costs: Free to register, €199 participation fee collected if selected for the program. Discounts and scholarships available.

For more information, please visit the official program website or contact dr. Pieter Vandekerckhove from TU Delft via

Source: EIT Health