The master’s program is offered by the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business, in collaboration with H-FARM.

The master’s program takes place at H-FARM’s brand new H-CAMPUS, a place where students, entrepreneurs, business executives and startuppers co-exist, collaborate and cross-pollinate.

To this mix, we’ve added the professors from the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business, one of the most prestigious business schools in the United States.

Courses are taught by professors from the University of South Florida and are integrated with H-FARM’s entrepreneurial development activities, making this master’s a unique educational experience for Europe.

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EAT

Why apply to the master's EAT program?

From the creation of products and services to communications strategies, from fundraising to the identification of possible opportunities, the Master in Entrepreneurship and Applied Technologies is aimed at students who dream of starting their own business or who want to accelerate their careers, using the typical mindset and skills of entrepreneurs and innovators.

Provided by
University of South Florida & H-FARM

Formula
Full-time master’s program

Flexible duration
12 months to 24 months

Accreditation
AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)

Language
English

Cost
€ 21.000,00 + VAT (22%)

Application deadline
May 4, 2020


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"Students learn by doing, it's the best way to learn but not the easiest. Students are immersed in real-world projects solving problems or investigating issues that entrepreneurs at H-FARM experience or the students themselves when starting their own venture.”

Prof. Dirk Libaers, Director of the master’s EAT

Key characteristics of this master’s program

  • Leadership
  • Semester abroad
  • Graduation at Tampa Campus

  • Venture Creation
  • Creativity
  • Green
  • Innovation

  • Business Stewardship
  • Intrapreneurship
  • Global Competitiveness

  • Social Venturing
  • Technology Creation
  • Sustainability