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The School de Ciencias and CEIN are committed to the entrepreneurial training of future scientists.

On Thursday, September 24 ends the deadline of registration for the Diploma in management and Business Creation in Science.

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21/09/20 09:30 Enrique Cobos

The eighth edition of the Diploma in management and Business Creation in Science will begin on Saturday, October 3, a commitment of the School of Sciences and the European Business and Innovation Center of Navarra (CEIN) to train young scientists in the business area .

"The goal is to bring companies in the scientific sector closer to the classroom, so that students can develop the professional skills most in demand in organizations," says Cristina Martínez Cabañas, manager of Career Services at School of Sciences of the University of Navarra.

Learning how to design a sales strategy, create a communication and marketing plan, manage a budget, interpret an income statement, forecast the development future of the business, and interpret the needs of the different Departments of a company are some of the skills that students will be able to acquire throughout the course.

"Students will develop negotiation skills in work environments, enhance their professional creativity, and expand their knowledge in the field of business management , such as finance, marketing or commercial management ," adds Martínez Cabañas.

The methodology used combines theoretical classes with the resolution of practical cases, and training involves active professionals from scientific-technological companies as well as professionals from CEIN.

"Our goal is to bring the creation of scientific companies closer to student body, as well as to work on entrepreneurial skills such as problem solving and the search for opportunities," says María Sanz de Galdeano, Coordinator of CEIN.

This diploma is offered exclusively to students of Degree, Master's Degree and doctorate of the School of Sciences, has a duration of 65 hours, and will be developed in the mornings during eight Saturdays throughout the course.