The Polytechnic University has made an announcement on the start of no-fee courses organized for the participants of 44 day Artsakh war.
The accouncement is introduced beneath:
“We cordially invite you to participate in “How to start a business or a startup” series of no-fee courses that will take place from November 22 to 26, 2021 at National Polytechnic University of Armenia (NPUA). The courses are organized for the participants of 44 day war, for the people injured during the war, for students and immigrants from Artsakh. Other interested parties can also register and participate in the courses.
The courses are organized by NPUA within the framework of “Creative Spark” grant program funded by the British Council. The cooperation is implemented between National Polytechnic University of Armenia and Southampton University UK.
The aim of the 5-day course is to acquaint participants with innovative and creative thinking, modern trends of business modeling and international terminology of that sphere. As a result of the training, the participants will acquire knowledge on entrepreneurship, enterprises, business modeling, creative and innovative thinking development, based on which the trainees will contribute to the entrepreneurial and innovative development by transforming the idea into the product”.