Green Entrepreneurship in Oxford

Join the Green Entrepreneurship course at Summer Springboard and put your interest in climate change and the depletion of natural resources to good use.

Program Highlights

Work in teams to build your own impact-driven start-up concepts, and participate in practical exercises, group projects, and conversations to develop your critical thinking, entrepreneurial mentality, and communication skills.
Examine the sustainability implications and prospects for change in industries like food, fashion, technology, communication, and real estate by taking deep dives into those particular fields.
Meet professionals actively leading companies and environmental projects across the globe.
Learn about the framework and techniques employed in the sustainability industry, such as effect assessment, SDGs action management, life cycle assessment, eco-design, green communication, and impact reporting.
Identify how to put ethical governance structures in place, create value chains, and design sustainable company plans to develop an enticing business plan to pitch in front of a panel of investors.

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Session 1:
July 14, 2024 July 26, 2024

Session 2:
July 28, 2024 August 9, 2024


Oxford, UK
Oxford, UK

Course Overview

Take the Green Entrepreneurship course to learn about sustainability and business, and then set off on a life-changing journey. You will delve into the world of green technology, cutting-edge solutions, and sustainable business strategies in this exciting and captivating two-week program. You will get the knowledge and mindset necessary to build and run successful enterprises that tackle urgent environmental and social issues through a combination of theoretical instruction, hands-on activities, and case studies from real-world situations.

Meet your instructor

Matthieu Meneghini

Matthieu, a graduate in environmental and food economics, is specialized in impact management, the discipline that aims to develop synergistic and regenerative interactions between human communities and natural ecosystems.

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Course Structure

There are nine 3-hour class sessions over the two-week course. During week one, students have class from 9am-12pm, Monday - Friday. During week two students have class from 9am-12pm Monday through Thursday. Wednesday afternoons are dedicated to additional academic time (excursions, speakers).

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