Our global programs are designed to build a worldwide innovation network and knowledge exchange to spread successful innovation models around the globe. Globally, we partner with universities to help them implement the Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship, our unique approach to teaching innovation which helps educators instill an innovation mindset in their students. Additionally, we help global entrepreneurs and innovators commercialize new technology and dive in to deep research in our field.
The Global Innovation Collider is the international academic partners program at the Sutardja Center. Select universities are chosen on an annual basis for a three year partnership that allows the institution to collaborate with the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (SCET) in the various ways.
Startup Semester at Berkeley
By Nov 30, 2018
Come to California for a semester of insightful classes at the world's leading public university, the University of California, Berkeley. Our courses use the globally-recognized Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship, an approach that emphasizes hands-on venture-building, and learning the mindsets and behaviors that lead to entrepreneurial success. Besides gaining access to leading faculty in UC Berkeley's College of Engineering, who are developing the technologies of the future, you will learn from seasoned entrepreneurs, who have built startups in nearby Silicon Valley, the worldwide innovation hub.
Visiting Researcher Program
Entrepreneurially focused researchers and research teams may come to UC Berkeley to focus on innovation research. The Sutardja Center is a home for the study and practice at the intersection of technology and entrepreneurship. One focus area of the Center is behavioral development for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The Center is also engaged in research that support the creation of new emerging industry areas, such as those listed in the Lab and Program areas of the Center.
Global Venture Lab
Aug 20 - 21, 2018
The Global Venture Lab (GVL) is an international summit of academics, entrepreneurs, and innovators sharing common research and educational programs to spur new industry and economic growth. Since our first event in 2009, GVL continues to be an extraordinary opportunity to network, learn, and share best practices among entrepreneurship centers around the world. For questions contact Susan Giesecke: firstname.lastname@example.org and Melissa Glass: email@example.com.