The Entrepreneurial Mindset: Imagine, Create, and Lead
The Weinert Center fosters entrepreneurial pondering for faculty students at all levels across campus, whether undergraduate or graduate, business majors, or students in a nonbusiness program.
Cutting-edge technologies, revolutionary enterprise models, and ever-changing market landscapes determine which companies thrive and which don’t. The Weinert Centerequips you with entrepreneurial skills to thrive in any enterprise surroundings.
We assist educating, analysis, and service to bring entrepreneurial pondering to startups and established organizations. Individuals bring a unique outlook and contemporary problem-solving perspectives to the market and help make corporations agile.
Graduate Schools for Entrepreneurship
— The Princeton Review, Learning In and Out of the Classroom
Classes give you lifelong success expertise. We have supplied practically 1,000 hands-on student projects outdoors the classroom with native firms. Prepare for roles corresponding to business founder, product manager, engineer/scientist, new product designer, advertising or finance skilled, nonprofit administrator, or marketing consultant.
Named a top entrepreneurship program by the Princeton Review, Financial Times, and the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE).
Programs We Support
Major in Management and Human Resources: Entrepreneurship
Earn a Bachelor of Business Administration diploma with a serious in entrepreneurship through the Department of Management and Human Resources.
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Courses for UW-Madison Undergraduates
Business and nonbusiness majors can explore entrepreneurship to enhance their field of research.
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Certificate in Entrepreneurship for Nonbusiness Majors
The Certificate in Entrepreneurship is open to undergraduate students earning any nonbusiness diploma at UW–Madison.
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Certificates for MBA and other Graduate Students
You can earn a Certificate in Entrepreneurship or Strategic innovation while enrolled in any degree-granting graduate program at UW–Madison.
MBA Fellowship in Enterprise Development
Full-time Wisconsin MBA students interested in starting a new business or taking an present enterprise to a new level can apply for this targeted one-year program.
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Weinert Applied Ventures in Entrepreneurship (WAVE)
UW-Madison graduate college students from any discipline may apply for this utilized practicum in beginning and growing entrepreneurial companies.
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Morgridge Entrepreneurial Bootcamp (MEB)
This one-week intensive coaching is open to graduate college students in the sciences, engineering, and math.
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Entrepreneurship Initiatives and Resources
Business and Entrepreneurship Clinic
In collaboration with the Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic, the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery, and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), the Business and Entrepreneurship Clinic provides free business recommendation and services for Wisconsin-based entrepreneurs.
Learn extra in regards to the clinicDiscovery to Product
Discovery to Product (D2P) offers assets that can help remodel improvements originating at UW–Madison into services and products that change the world.
Learn more about D2PWebsites of Interest
Explore sources for entrepreneurs, as well as alumni and current pupil web sites.
View helpful linksInitiative for Studies in Transformational Entrepreneurship (INSITE)
INSITE supports and fosters entrepreneurial analysis, curriculum improvement, and programming. As a main useful resource for entrepreneurs, INSITE maintains a comprehensive directory of sources on campus and in the community.
Explore sources and opportunitiesEvents
A wide range of workshops is held on the UW–Madison campus for anybody interested in entrepreneurial subjects.
Explore workshop offeringsDistinguished Entrepreneurs Lunch
Learn concerning the experiences of entrepreneurs from a broad range of endeavors.
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History and Mission
The Weinert Center has been a frontrunner in entrepreneurship training, outreach, and analysis since 1986.
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The Weinert and WAVE board members present steering, advice, and assist for our programs.
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Gifts to the Weinert Center are welcome year-round and make a long-lasting impact on the alternatives and assets we provide.
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