It is geared towards students interested in future leadership roles, both in the public and private sector, who are drawn to issues at the intersection of technology and society. We’re talking about things like leadership, politics, entrepreneurship, and policy making.
The programme consists of four complementary modules, hosted alternately at our partner universities over a series of long weekends (Thursday evening to Sunday afternoon). Participants, typically third year bachelor’s or first year master’s students, will take part in a design-oriented programme. That means that you will not only analyse problems, but you will also get to design and present solutions. Since the programme is focused on real world problems, we will involve practitioners in our modules.