Starts on

January 16, 2018

Duration

Eight weeks, online 8-10 hours per week

program fees

$2,600

Entrepreneurs: Learn What It Takes

Innovation doesn't grow in the comfort zone. It takes courage to breathe life into a new idea. But there's a common belief that entrepreneurs are born, not made. At Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), we know that this is a myth. MIT graduates have started over 33,000 active companies that generate over $1.2 trillion in annual revenue and employ over 3.3 million people, making MIT the 10th largest economy in the world. And in just three years of the residential MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp, its graduates have raised over $42 million in funding for ventures incubated in the Bootcamps. Entrepreneurship can be taught. The journey starts with knowledge, not genetics. So in this online Bootcamp you will develop a systematic toolkit for venture creation and gain a disciplined mindset of the successful entrepreneur.

$42 Million

Funding for participants in MIT's
Global E-Ship Bootcamps in 3 years.

 

52%

The world is operating at 52% of its entrepreneurial capacity.

SOURCE: CNBC

8 Weeks

Go from idea to startup at the MIT Entrepreneurship Online Bootcamp.

 

Your learning journey

184 Video Lectures

4 Live Sessions with MIT Faculty

3 Feedback Sessions with MIT Bootcamps Coaches

1 Capstone Project

6 Discussions

4 Group Assignments

  • Orientation Module: Program Overview
  • Module 1: Generating Startup Ideas Out of Problems
  • Module 2: Solving Problems and Skills Assessment
  • Module 3: Market Segmentation and Customer Personas
  • Module 4: Who's Buying: Identifying and Profiling Your Customers
  • Module 5: Bullseye: Offering the Right Value Proposition
  • Module 6: Defining the Startup Sales Process
  • Module 7: Design a Business Model and Project Unit Economics
  • Module 8: The Pitch: Bringing Ideas to Center Stage

Faculty

William Aulet
Professor of the Practice at MIT Sloan School of Management; Managing Director, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship

Bill holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from Harvard University..

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Professor Eric von Hippel
T. Wilson (1953) Professor of Management; Professor in Management of Innovation and Engineering Systems

Eric is the T. Wilson (1953) Professor in Management and a Professor of Management..

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Erdin Beshimov
Lecturer, MIT and Director of the MIT Bootcamps Program; MIT Open Learning Lecturer

Erdin Beshimov is a Founder of the MIT Bootcamps and Lecturer in MIT's online courses "You Can Innovate: User Innovation & Entrepreneurship", ...

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Featured Alumni

Alumni Speak

"The MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp I attended was life-changing and continues to provide value to my professional and personal life years after I attended. The experience itself will transform you. It has opened career opportunities I would not have expected. I've also found friendships with incredibly smart and talented people from every corner of the globe."

— RenĂ©e, MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp, Class 1

Featured Coaches

Certificate

Get recognized! Upon successful completion of the program, MIT grants a certificate of completion to participants. This program is graded as a pass or fail; participants must receive 60% to pass and obtain the certificate of completion.