At WHU, we’re constantly developing our programs to deliver the most up-to-date and engaging courses possible, which is why we’re thrilled to announce an exciting new addition to the Master in Entrepreneurship curriculum.
Students who started this September will have the unique opportunity to take part in a coding bootcamp at Le Wagon, the leading coding school with the mission of bringing technical skills to creative people. In a newly established partnership, WHU will sponsor 10 places to selected students on Le Wagon’s renowned nine-week bootcamp. During the two-month course, participants will be a part of the perfect developer set-up, learning about software engineering and database architecture, the technical workflow used in successful startups, and gain experience in tools such as Ruby, Heroku, Stripe, Mandrill, and Algolia to deploy an app of their creation.
The nine-week course fits seamlessly into the Master in Entrepreneurship program, counting as the internship that runs from May after the first year of study. The coding bootcamp is just one aspect that makes the Master in Entrepreneurship program a unique learning experience. Further information on the special features of the program are available here.
"Coding has become an essential skill in today’s world of electronic information, products, and services," explains Professor Dr. Christoph Hienerth, Academic Director of the Master in Entrepreneurship Program. "With Le Wagon as a world leader in coding bootcamps and education, WHU can offer its students the best possible offer to learn coding skills in a fast paced process."