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University of Amsterdam begins start-up course

Wednesday 9 September 2015 | 10:06 CET | News
The University of Amsterdam is starting a new study programme for start-ups. The three-month course offers 24 full-time places for students in the last phase of their masters or who have just competed their studies. Teams of students will be formed to work on the development of a start-up. The programme known as the 'Growth Tribe Academy' or 'Growth Hacking' is supported by the Growth Tribe agency, the Amsterdam Center for Entrepreneurship and StartupAmsterdam, a project by the city of Amsterdam. Facebook, Catawiki and the Dutch investment fund Peak Capital are also contributing. 

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