A total of 30 students from the National Forensic Sciences University in Gujarat, India are part of the Summer School of Entrepreneurship at Varna University of Management. The visit began last week and will run until June 24th. During their stay they will further develop and enrich their business knowledge, skills and understandings. The course provides an ideal academic environment in which future business leaders have the opportunity to share and test their new ideas.
Given the fact that practical training is one of the main competitive advantages of Varna University of Management, the program of Indian students includes a series of industrial visits in different sizes, fields of activity and history of partner companies. During the planned short visits, the companies present their products / services, business model, way of managing the main processes in the organization and many others. International students have already held meetings in companies such as KBC Shared Services & Digital Development Center, Wonder Garden – Dobrich, Savimex, Neoperl and Tediva.
The industrial visits will continue until the end of the week, after which the specialized module on entrepreneurship will start, led by Bruce Whitfield – Associate Professor of Copyright X at Harvard University, who after 20 years of law practice in Los Angeles and projects in over 50 countries, chooses to work and live in Bulgaria.
In addition to the planned modules for training and industrial visits, students will have the opportunity to enjoy the lively Bulgarian Black Sea coast and summer life.