Robert Langer


The centre will offer a range of curricular and extra-curricular education activities to advance entrepreneurial thinking and doing among students and faculty at DTU.
Entrepreneurship education is rarely based on a textbook course but instead students are immersed in real life and hands-on learning experiences. Therefore, much of our entrepreneurship curriculum is offered through experiential learning opportunities that are research-based and practice-oriented by combining highest-quality education with real startup opportunities. The centre will serve all DTU students across all departments, disciplines, and levels from Bsc to PhD.


Current offerings

For students wanting to enhance their entrepreneurial skill- and mindset and innovative capacity, the centre offers a range of innovation and entrepreneurship courses, they are listed in the menu to the left.


Future offerings

In addition, the centre plans to offer a full Master programme on Technology Entrepreneurship, where students get the opportunity to combine two activities that normally are at odds – getting a degree and starting a business. The new Master programme on Technology Entrepreneurship is currently under development and will be applied for in February 2019 with the first intake of students in September 2020.


Sannie Fisker
Deputy director
DTU Entrepreneurship
+45 60 11 07 76
22 MARCH 2019